Marianne enjoys writing and putting in more work than needed. She writes in her spare time working on a blog, and now she's writing The Norwegian Times. With passions like discussion, culture and some cursory things like fashion and make-up, this is what your gonna see from her.
The Emergency chief executor Stephen O’Brien in the UN has now said that the world is about to face the biggest humanitarian crisis since 1945. The hunger around the world is growing.
In Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and Nigeria 20 million people are on their way starving to death. All the countries are victims of terror, violence, and war, and the population has had to get out flight. They are traveling around, not knowing when to get any kind of food next.
Gisle A. Gjevestad Agledahl is the man behind the new documentary coming this autumn at NRK titled “Jævla homo”. He wants to present the homosexual in 2017, and how many are fighting a battle every day just because of their sexual orientation.
Gisle has a take on this case. He informs us about how he’s afraid of holding hands with his own boyfriend. Society labels him solely as “homo” or “gay”, perhaps different. He’s afraid of the people among and their prejudices. Most grew up with a concept of what is “normal”. It’s the boy and girl thing.