On January 26, 2020, upon hearing of Kobe Bryant’s death in a helicopter crash, I posted a zealous comment on my Insta-story (which was subsequently shared to my Facebook story as well) in which I harangued him for having raped a woman back in 2003.
Mother’s Day is one of those holidays where we formulaically “celebrate” the women in our lives; Moms get breakfast in bed and flowers, and Dads get to be celebrated for half-assedly doing the things that Moms are handling every damn day anyway. Times are changing, but the holiday is basically the same. This Mother’s Day, … Continue reading This Mother’s Day, I want change
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So whenever I lose weight, I know it’s time to re-examine myself and be critical. Am I losing weight naturally and healthily, or is my fixation on my appearance manifesting itself in unsafe habits yet again?
I’ll never understand why white people in Canada insist on anglicising names. And why should we change our own identities to placate our colonizers? Wasn’t 600 years enough?
The Salty Fashionistas sat down to interview each other. Watch as they talk about their passion for fashion, Edmonton's art scene, and what exactly has made them the salty fashionistas they are.
This isn’t a mommy blog, but this is a blog written by two women of colour, one of whom is a working mom.
Today is Mother's Day in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Mexico. With that in mind, Salty Mars wrote this piece to celebrate the most important woman in her life.
The Salty Fashionistas sat down with Edmonton poet Nisha Patel to talk fashion, art, politics, and her feisty stage persona SalT (pronounced Salty).
Knowing how to pack for trips is essential skill for travellers. Read the Salty Fashionistas 7 tips for packing light.