In this instalment of In the Cards, feelings-witch Carly Boyce is here with advice on what to do when you don't feel like you're enough.
Kelsey Rideout writes about love, victimhood, and vulnerability in artistic creation.
Kai Cheng Thom on the Galloway affair, survival, and women’s participation in CanLit rape culture.
Two sick and disabled queer femmes talk about acts of love in a broken and ableist society.
October 14, 2016 by Bahar The first time I kissed a woman, I came undone. I turned inside out; I opened, sweet and languid. I was careless, graceful, lush. And in the darkness of my closed eye, I remembered...
September 30th, 2016 by Ari Agha I came out as a lesbian when I was twenty-one years old, but this story is not about that time I came out, it’s about a different time. You see, I learned very...
"I believed that rapists were men who hid in parks and jumped out of the bushes at night...The boy who raped me was nice." Marisa Peters on coming to believe in your own rape narrative.