Librarian Karen


Librarian Karen is a librarian in Toronto, where she enjoys coffee, chocolate, photography, music, films, yelling at sexist television commercials and complaining about gender stereotypes in the media.

New Passport Design Leaves out Canada’s Diversity

by Librarian Karen In July 2013, Passport Canada introduced a re-designed passport containing new security features and watermarks, which Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird claims ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen In July 2013, Passport Canada introduced a re-designed passport containing new ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen In July 2013, Passport Canada introduced a re-designed passport containing new security features and watermarks, which Foreign ... [ more ]

Gendered Products Women Never Knew They Might Need

by Librarian Karen EUROSTAR Group, a multimedia and electronics company based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has created the world’s first tablet designed ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen EUROSTAR Group, a multimedia and electronics company based in the United ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen EUROSTAR Group, a multimedia and electronics company based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has created ... [ more ]

Not a Happy Housewife: Why I Don’t Relate to TV Commercials

by Librarian Karen When I first noticed the new advertising campaign for clothing retailer Mark’s Work Wearhouse, now known as Mark’s, I remember being ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen When I first noticed the new advertising campaign for clothing retailer ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen When I first noticed the new advertising campaign for clothing retailer Mark’s Work Wearhouse, now known ... [ more ]

On Beyoncé’s Run The World (Girls)

by Librarian Karen I don’t usually pay much attention to popular music, but sometimes a song comes along which, when the multiple pitch correction ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen I don’t usually pay much attention to popular music, but sometimes ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen I don’t usually pay much attention to popular music, but sometimes a song comes along which, ... [ more ]