Ashli Lloyd


Ashli is a Bachelor of Social Work student in Ottawa, Ontario. Her professional focus is violence against women, women’s reproductive rights and youth homelessness. In her free time she works towards building awareness of the stigma and resistance childfree women experience.

GF Reads: Airbrushed Nation: The Lure and Loathing of Women’s Magazines

Like many girls, I grew up reading Seventeen Magazine, Cosmo and Vogue. Also like many girls, I had horribly low self-esteem and I hated ... [ more ]

Like many girls, I grew up reading Seventeen Magazine, Cosmo and Vogue. Also like ... [ more ]

Like many girls, I grew up reading Seventeen Magazine, Cosmo and Vogue. Also like many girls, I had horribly ... [ more ]

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Talking to Youth about Body Image

Last month I did something really brave – I set aside my fears of public speaking and co-facilitated workshops for junior high girls on ... [ more ]

Last month I did something really brave – I set aside my fears of ... [ more ]

Last month I did something really brave – I set aside my fears of public speaking and co-facilitated workshops ... [ more ]

New Survey May Say More About Gender Expression than Youth Mental Health

Last week Global Montreal posted a news article about a survey conducted by Queen’s University in partnership with the Public Health Agency of Canada ... [ more ]

Last week Global Montreal posted a news article about a survey conducted by Queen’s ... [ more ]

Last week Global Montreal posted a news article about a survey conducted by Queen’s University in partnership with the ... [ more ]

I Don’t Eat Babies for Breakfast

Feminist discourse on reproductive rights focuses on women’s right to choose, whether that choice be parenting, adoption or abortion.  But, what about women who ... [ more ]

Feminist discourse on reproductive rights focuses on women’s right to choose, whether that choice ... [ more ]

Feminist discourse on reproductive rights focuses on women’s right to choose, whether that choice be parenting, adoption or abortion.  ... [ more ]