I am Christopher Aqurette, a Swedish writer with a Master of Arts in Religious Studies. I was born in May 1972 at Höllviken, a coastal village on the southernmost tip of the Scandinavian Peninsula. After two decades abroad and in other parts of Sweden, I now live with my husband in Malmö, the country’s third-largest city and a major port situated on the Sound opposite the Danish capital of Copenhagen.
I have written articles for several publications, and I was one in a small group of people who, in 1995, founded QX, Scandinavia’s leading gay publication. In April 2000, I bought my very own domain name and began to publish myself online. Five years later, in August 2005, I launched my diary and set about documenting what I consider the most notable developments in daily life and current affairs.
I was a mature student when I began to study for my degree at Lund University. As a libertarian philosopher committed to the whole gamut of civil liberties and human rights, I devoted much of my academic studies to analyses of how Sweden’s government agencies and judiciary have dealt with legal challenges to freedom of religion. My results suggest that the authorities still struggle with religious diversity.
My diary is registered with the Swedish Broadcasting Authority. Sources are therefore legally protected and their right to anonymity is absolute. To make contact, text me at , email me at , or send me something using this postal address: