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Round-Up: May 24, 2016

Last week the federal government fulfilled an election promise, tabling legislation to enshrine legal protections for trans Canadians (CBC). Regardless of your thoughts on “elbowgate,” the ... [ more ]

Last week the federal government fulfilled an election promise, tabling legislation to enshrine legal protections for trans Canadians (CBC). Regardless of your thoughts on “elbowgate,” the kind of misogynist online attacks against MP Ruth-Ellen Brosseau in ... [ more ]

Last week the federal government fulfilled an election promise, tabling legislation to enshrine legal protections for trans Canadians (CBC). Regardless of your thoughts on “elbowgate,” the kind of misogynist online attacks against MP Ruth-Ellen Brosseau in the aftermath have been truly disgraceful (Globe and Mail). Desmond Cole looks at the way ... [ more ]

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Gender Issues in the Canadian Census: Beyond Question 2

The census needs to represent a broader spectrum of physical/biological sex than a male/female binary, but this is not the only space where sex, ... [ more ]

The census needs to represent a broader spectrum of physical/biological sex than a male/female binary, but this is not ... [ more ]

The census needs to represent a broader spectrum of physical/biological sex than a male/female binary, but this is not the only space where sex, gender, and sexuality are defined by the Canadian state through the census.  [ more ]

The census needs to represent a broader spectrum of physical/biological sex than a male/female binary, but this is not the only space where sex, gender, and sexuality are defined by the Canadian state through the census.  [ more ]

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Round-Up: May 10, 2016

Tristan Hopper writes about “why Canadian white people have so much trouble understanding why somebody wouldn’t want to leave Attawapiskat” (National Post). Kitikmeok women ... [ more ]

Tristan Hopper writes about “why Canadian white people have so much trouble understanding why somebody wouldn’t want to leave ... [ more ]

Tristan Hopper writes about “why Canadian white people have so much trouble understanding why somebody wouldn’t want to leave Attawapiskat” (National Post). Kitikmeok women are reviving traditional Inuit tattoos tattoos (CBC). So excited that Elisabeth Moss will be starring ... [ more ]

Tristan Hopper writes about “why Canadian white people have so much trouble understanding why somebody wouldn’t want to leave Attawapiskat” (National Post). Kitikmeok women are reviving traditional Inuit tattoos tattoos (CBC). So excited that Elisabeth Moss will be starring in a new Hulu miniseries adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The ... [ more ]

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Happy Mother’s Day. We’ll Adjust Your Wages Accordingly.

Statistics show that a woman’s income decreases by about six to nine per cent per child. [ more ]

Statistics show that a woman’s income decreases by about six to nine per cent ... [ more ]

Statistics show that a woman’s income decreases by about six to nine per cent per child. [ more ]

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FFFF: Smile, Ladies

In this Funny or Die sketch, a random man advises a lady to smile more, instantly changing the lives of women everywhere! [ more ]

In this Funny or Die sketch, a random man advises a lady to smile ... [ more ]

In this Funny or Die sketch, a random man advises a lady to smile more, instantly changing the lives ... [ more ]

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Reading Asian Women Writers: Joss and Gold by Shirley Geok-lin Lim

Reading Joss and Gold is both a refreshing take on an old tale, and an introductory crash course in racial politics, identity, colonialism, and ... [ more ]

Reading Joss and Gold is both a refreshing take on an old tale, and ... [ more ]

Reading Joss and Gold is both a refreshing take on an old tale, and an introductory crash course in ... [ more ]