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Lassie Bread and Roses

Lassie Bread and Roses offers a Newfoundland and Labrador perspective on gender and equality issues affecting our province, our country and the world.

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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Media, sexism and society

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A challenging relationship that we need to rethink

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Target (not) acquired

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Let’s move on from retailers that stifle communities.

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Best gift to yourself? Self-care!

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Taking care of yourself is important, especially during these cold, darker months of the year.

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Blue sky, red light — a disturbance all right!

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The discussion about group homes and staffed residential care in our communities ought to be focused on how to support them, not deny them

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Dropping the weight that needs dropping

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Carrying the burden of poor body image

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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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The tipping point

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How wrong assumptions about service industry work can ruin great service

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Expecting more from the Minister of Justice

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A tale of sexism, denial, and totally justifiable public outcry

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Your shoulder might not be showing, but your ignorance is

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Why poorly designed dress codes are a bigger problem than sleeveless shirts

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Renovating the abortion debate

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Getting rid of what isn’t working, welcoming what might.

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Reflecting on Virginia Waters

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Celebrating glimpses of parity

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From breastfeeding to breasts and feeding

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Objectifying women’s bodies is not fair, to women or to babies

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The costs of hyper-masculinity

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Adding them up, and then taking them away

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Choosing words wisely

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All too often, people engage in sexual harassment without even realizing it, and that’s not okay either

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