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Genderless: Equality or Neutrality?

Is a genderless society the way to go in promoting gender equality, or are we promoting androgyny as a necessity to gender neutrality? Read More »

Book Review: The Man Who Smiled by Henning Mankell

The fourth installment in the Wallander Series has a far-fetched and sloppy plot, but is still a good book for a hot summer day. Read More »

Music Review: The Glass Child – Charlotte Eriksson EP

Bitter? Angry? Afraid? Complex? This Swedish 'Glass Child' is not so easily seen through. Read More »

Book Review: The Ice Princess by Camilla Lackberg

A woman returns to frigid Sweden to learn of her friend's death and then to write a positive story about her. Read More »

Police Interrogator Knew Alleged Victim in Assange Case

The Swedish police interrogator who first interviewed the alleged victims in the Assange rape case was a friend of one of them. Read More »

Book Review: Three Seconds by Anders Roslund and Börge Hellström

Engaging and award-winning crime thriller mixes mafia drug trafficking with police corruption. Read More »

What Future For WikiLeaks and Julian Assange?

What does the arrest of WikiLeaks head Julian Assange mean for the group and the future of the organization? Read More »

Book Review: Three Seconds by Anders Roslund and Borge Hellström

A new crime fiction novel focusing on the Swedish prison drug trade. Read More »

Movie Review: Let the Right One In (2008)

Let the Right One In is a unique gem amongst the overcrowded vampire genre. Read More »

Movie Review: The Swimsuit Issue Is Not At All What You Think It Is

What's the fuss about a bunch of men in swimsuits swimming around a pool? Read More »