Discussing topical issues for women in cross-cultural and inter-continental relationships

  • Horizontal Sisterhood – revisited

    Here is a post I wrote last June. I am reposting because I am going to be commenting on this situation and what happened since. It’s important to share and I know I am not…

  • Polygamy in the family – Part 2

    Looking at the stats of this site I have seen that my post on polygamy, here, has been one of the most popular. It seems it’s a topic many people think about or want to…

  • Unity Craft Cooperative

    This is a cooperative that my husband, Ras Duah, and I run between Ghana and Australia. We have a market stall in Australia from which we sell items made by family and friends…

  • My Creative Self

    So I have not written for about 9 months now. Reason being life got in the way, but in many good ways.  I am 6 months pregnant with our next child and I have spent time, amidst…

  • Weird Pies, Strange Pasties and Love Buns for Lost Vitality

    Here is a short film I made last month for the NT Fist Full of Films Festival 2013 in Darwin.  I was a finalist.  It got shown at the DeckChair Cinema on the big screen.  A…

  • My Sisters & I

    I have finally published my book. It’s available from http://www.lulu.com and some other bookstore sites. I am still getting my head around promoting it and where it is…

  • Breastfeeding in Ghana

    This is an article I wrote for Sydney’s Child Magazine, and various offshoots in other capital cities, in November 2012. Breastfeeding in Africa by Asanempoka   I moved to…

  • Polygamy in the family

    I read this post this morning and it resurfaced feelings about my situation. If you have time read it and then read on, or just read my post if you so choose.…

  • Toni on Sisterhood

    I have known Toni through NT Arts circles for about 8 years.  We’ve never socialised particularly but have worked together on various Arts projects and with our Regional…

  • Who will you vote for in 2013?

      At dinner tonight my husband said he was rather inclined to vote, if he could, for the Liberals.  He can’t bear the thought of voting for Rudd. Neither can I. I replied…

  • Mizy on Sisterhood

    Mizy and I met upon my return to Australia from Ghana in 2010.  After getting to know her I was in awe of her strength as a person, but more importantly to me at that time, as a…

  • Asanempoka on Sisterhood

    July 2013 Tell us a little about yourself.  I am a female in her 30’s who is married to a Ghanaian.  I am Australian and we have one four year old daughter between us and a…

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