io9 looks at the way women publicly calling out sexism and harassment is changing the face of con and geek culture.
A Christian group in Ontario is trying to sue the school system for not giving advance notice of gay subject matter so children can be withdrawn from certain lessons, according to Slap Upside the Head.
Queerty considers whether TV shows use having gay characters as license to cut PC corners elsewhere, challenging the boundary between funny and offensive.
Melissa at Women and Hollywood interviews Leslye Headland, writer/director of the new movie Bachelorette, a potentially subversive story about four high-school friends who meet up for the wedding of a former classmate.
Joyce Arthur of the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada has a detailed piece up at Rabble about why Canadian pro-choicers have to fight M-312 with everything we’ve got, even though past anti-choice legislation hasn’t succeeded.
Katie Hyslop at The Tyee explores how we can improve Aboriginal education in BC, looking at both Aboriginal outcomes and what we’re teaching other kids about Aboriginal history and culture.
Mother’s Day comes with a lot of complicated thoughts and feelings for many of us, so we thought we’d do a special round-up of must-read articles on moms, motherhood, and the messages surrounding Mother’s Day.
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