"The identities encoded in our physical selves affect our politics, our viewpoints, and the ways that we interact with the world." Kaleigh Trace reflects on disability, sex, and the politics of our bent desires
This is about consent, not BDSM, and we need to hear the victims, not silence them.
An Ontario forest firefighter reflects on the limitations and contradictions of current anti-discriminatory directives in an outdoor workplace
On the rise of men's rights in Canada
In light of the Supreme Court’s recent overhaul of Canada’s prostitution laws, Ainsley Doty considers what’s next for the country’s sex industry
What can two feminist movements from the twentieth century teach us about unpaid internships today? Cynthia Spring explores the exploitative conditions of unwaged work
Chelsea Vowel associates the struggle against colonial gender roles with the politics of an Indigenous resurgence movement