Paloma Doti

Paloma is an Argentinean seventeen year old girl who is often disappointed in the way things are done in the world and she feels lonely because no one else seems to get angry like her. So, she writes. When something seems unfair to Paloma, she writes. When something makes her sad, she writes. When a series or movie moves her and makes her change her point of view about something, she writes. It's a defense mechanism, her way of telling the world that something touched her. And if I haven't said that yet, she writes. You can also write to her on instagram: @palo.doti

What makes a protagonist likable?

The soccer wife: the ones who watch and the ones who play

"The rift" in Argentina: Democracy Under Threat

Being an artist in a world that says no: The Off The ChARTs Podcast

An ode to summer: the shore and the sea

Owning What's yours and the definition of love: Sahara Mehdi on her new book "Love letters to myself" and her journey.

5 takes inspired by Fran Lebowitz

The Picture of Dorian Gray: The Pleasure justifies the means

The Kissing Booth: A danger for Teen Girls

Friends to the moon and back

Trash TV: We are Being Too Indulgent with Screenwriters

Stop being poor

Slipping through my fingers all the time

Paying for Living

A letter to God

The gaze of others

If you get vaccinated, you are making history

Classics: timeless and without boundaries

The Irony of Green Capitalism

Latinos Don't Only Dance Salsa