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Round-Up: Sep. 2, 2015

With kids headed back to school, Stephanie Gilmore at RH Reality Check looks at the way students are standing up against sexist dress codes. ... [ more ]

With kids headed back to school, Stephanie Gilmore at RH Reality Check looks at the way students are standing up against sexist dress codes. After the Conservatives refused to participate in a debate on ... [ more ]

With kids headed back to school, Stephanie Gilmore at RH Reality Check looks at the way students are standing up against sexist dress codes. After the Conservatives refused to participate in a debate on women’s issues, and the NDP refused to participate in a debate without the Conservatives, now ... [ more ]

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New Research Examines Lack of Diversity in Poli Sci and What Needs to Change

I only remember having one woman as a professor in all of my political science classes in college. That’s pretty sad, considering it was ... [ more ]

I only remember having one woman as a professor in all of my political science classes in college. That’s ... [ more ]

I only remember having one woman as a professor in all of my political science classes in college. That’s pretty sad, considering it was my major. As I recall, there were five professors in the department at the time, ... [ more ]

I only remember having one woman as a professor in all of my political science classes in college. That’s pretty sad, considering it was my major. As I recall, there were five professors in the department at the time, and four of them were men. All of them were ... [ more ]

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FFFF: Bad Blood Parody Protests the Tampon Tax

In the UK, the "sanitary tax" is at 5 per cent, and is justified by viewing menstrual products as "non-essential, luxury items." In ... [ more ]

In the UK, the "sanitary tax" is at 5 per cent, and is justified by viewing menstrual products ... [ more ]

In the UK, the "sanitary tax" is at 5 per cent, and is justified by viewing menstrual products as "non-essential, luxury items." In this video, comedians Cariad Lloyd and Jenny Bede take on the tax with their hilarious ... [ more ]

In the UK, the "sanitary tax" is at 5 per cent, and is justified by viewing menstrual products as "non-essential, luxury items." In this video, comedians Cariad Lloyd and Jenny Bede take on the tax with their hilarious parody of Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" music video. [ more ]

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Sense8 Episode 3: ‘Smart Money’s On The Skinny Bitch’

Actual plot things to get out of the way before talking about this episode: Will wakes up in a hospital bed after having inadvertently ... [ more ]

Actual plot things to get out of the way before talking about this episode: ... [ more ]

Actual plot things to get out of the way before talking about this episode: Will wakes up in a ... [ more ]

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Round-Up: Aug. 25, 2015

  At Chortle, Ben Alborough says there’s a difference between being called out for misogynistic jokes and “censorship” in comedy. Recent Statistics Canada analysis ... [ more ]

  At Chortle, Ben Alborough says there’s a difference between being called out for ... [ more ]

  At Chortle, Ben Alborough says there’s a difference between being called out for misogynistic jokes and “censorship” in ... [ more ]

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We Need to Do a Better Job Talking About Consent in the Queer Community

We spend so much time and energy trying to convince the straight world that we have things figured out – so when I criticize ... [ more ]

We spend so much time and energy trying to convince the straight world that ... [ more ]

We spend so much time and energy trying to convince the straight world that we have things figured out ... [ more ]