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The problem with the F-word: ‘Feminist’

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“If men want to reap the rewards of feminism, want to help out, we have to do more than just soak up kudos and make token gestures and preach to the choir. We have to speak to other men, we have to convince them.”

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Slutwalk organizers tackle a “deeply embedded” rape culture

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Media and popular stereotypes about sexual assault are still a long way from reality, say organizers.

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Why SlutWalk matters

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In 2016 victims of sexual violence still have to live through their trauma in a culture of slut-shaming and victim-blaming.

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Survivors can lead the way

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The case for survivor-led leadership in a society replete with physical and sexual violence.

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Futile fight in a broken system

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Agree with the Ghomeshi verdict or not, no one who heard the ruling can honestly say they don’t understand why victims don’t come forward.

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St. John’s SlutWalk: We asked for it

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St. John’s residents demand an end to sexual violence, slut-shaming, victim-blaming, and rape culture. Photos by Jenne Nolan.

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On sexual violence, gender oppression and mental health

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“People feel that they can’t safely disclose to anyone the violence that they have experienced and repress it, try to live with it, internalize it, blame themselves for it, and learn that it’s how the world is and it’s what they deserve, until that kind of internal toxicity becomes too much to bear.”

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Committing acts of positive sexuality

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Why Fifty Shades, porn, and adult massage parlours shouldn’t lead the way

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Jian is only the tip of the iceberg

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The tumultuous events of the past week have opened the door for a national public discussion that needs to happen

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Changing the discussion on sexual violence

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In order to change the statistics we need to change the conversation

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Hundreds take to the streets for annual Take Back the Night march

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Amidst a province-wide call for an end to violence against women, former Crown attorney renews call for reinstatement of Family Violence Intervention Court

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St. John’s women respond to anti-feminism social media trend

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From #WomenAgainstFeminism to #WhyINeedFeminism: the executive director of St. John’s Status of Women Council explains why she and her colleagues on the front line of the struggle for women’s rights “need feminism”

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St. John’s 3rd best city in Canada to be a woman: report

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Well, sort of.

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“If there wasn’t violence (against women) we wouldn’t be here tonight.”

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Women, men and children come together for the annual ‘Take Back The Night’ event to strengthen the struggle against sexual violence. With files from Justine Cottingham-Leblanc…

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