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Check out the podcast The Ersties – on sex, porn, dating, the sex industry, and everything in between.

To Be Clean: A tender relationship with a fellow exotic dancer shows Natassja Schiel how to love her sister, a recovering addict.”

The institution has two choices when faced with political radicals: Ax them, especially if they are graduate students, or promote them. Make them successful, give them awards, power, enormous salaries. That way, when the next scandal comes along — and it will — they will have a vested interest in playing defense.” Andrea Long Chu on Avital Ronnell.

If you are a filmmaker, the Work Grant is a one-time music video fund for women and gender non-binary directors with Canadian citizenship.

Here is a brief history of cyberfeminism.

Bashir Mohamed writes, “We can react as we’ve done historically, by turning people who need safety and asylum away. Or we can develop humane policies that will protect and welcome those fleeing disaster and conflict.”

A stunning photo series of older transgender people.

Taking your transition into your own hands: Navigating medical gatekeepers to transition on your own terms

Ottessa Moshfegh discusses her new book, My Year of Rest and Relaxation. 

Read this article on Lauryn Hill.

“The story of how one activist group kept [themselves] safe and strong in the face of movement infiltration.”

Nineteen-year-old Kayah George on her protests against the Trans Mountain pipeline.

A group of environmentalists had plans to install portraits along the Trans Mountain expansion, depicting Albertans of various ages and backgrounds.

An interview with political activist and mother Kanahus Manuel.

A little video about a great mural by Chief Lady Bird and Aura.

A Mohawk midwife tells birth stories.

Educate yourselves on the effects of counterfeit “Indigenous” wares and art on the Indigenous economy.

Ontario court ruling clears the way for intoxication to be used as a defence in sexual assault cases“.

“I hate that Ford’s seeming ignorance appears to be impairing his ability to be a responsible leader. And  I also hate that some people are so excited about cheap beer that they chose not to think about what a Ford government looks like to people who battle addiction, or those who need mental health resources”, writes Anne T. Donahue. 

Finally, published on our blog this week, “Becoming a Butt Slut: Anal Sex as a Practice of Sexual Mindfulness” by Clementine Morrigan.

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