Topic: pop culture


Violence Sells? Time to Say “Enough” to Twisted Advertisers

Here the 2nd post in  Joanna Chiu’s series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support Services on media representations of violence against women. Read ... [ more ]

Here the 2nd post in  Joanna Chiu’s series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s ... [ more ]

Here the 2nd post in  Joanna Chiu’s series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support Services on media representations ... [ more ]

How Media Literacy Can Help End Violence Against Women

As part of Prevention of Violence Against Women Week, the amazing Joanna Chiu is writing a series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support ... [ more ]

As part of Prevention of Violence Against Women Week, the amazing Joanna Chiu is ... [ more ]

As part of Prevention of Violence Against Women Week, the amazing Joanna Chiu is writing a series of posts ... [ more ]

What to Make of Barbie’s Presidential Run

by E. Cain It’s official. Barbie has launched her candidacy for US President.  The “I Can Be” President Barbie is an initiative between Mattel ... [ more ]

by E. Cain It’s official. Barbie has launched her candidacy for US President.  The ... [ more ]

by E. Cain It’s official. Barbie has launched her candidacy for US President.  The “I Can Be” President Barbie ... [ more ]

Shameless Continues to Provide Positive Alternative to Toxic Teen Magazines

by Jarrah Hodge Since it launched in 2004, Toronto-based Shameless Magazine has been making an impact, as an “independent Canadian voice for smart, strong, ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Since it launched in 2004, Toronto-based Shameless Magazine has been making ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Since it launched in 2004, Toronto-based Shameless Magazine has been making an impact, as an “independent ... [ more ]

Radical Beauty

by Sarah Jensen As a teenager, I worshipped the pages of Seventeen and Y&M, later graduating to Glamour and Marie-Claire. I even read Cosmo ... [ more ]

by Sarah Jensen As a teenager, I worshipped the pages of Seventeen and Y&M, ... [ more ]

by Sarah Jensen As a teenager, I worshipped the pages of Seventeen and Y&M, later graduating to Glamour and ... [ more ]

Gender Focus Best of 2011

  Last year I asked all the Gender Focus contributors about their highlights from the past year. This year we’re keeping with the tradition ... [ more ]

  Last year I asked all the Gender Focus contributors about their highlights from ... [ more ]

  Last year I asked all the Gender Focus contributors about their highlights from the past year. This year ... [ more ]