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Sex Work: From inside the fishbowl

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Stigma in sex work is pervasive and painful for women in all areas of the sex industry. This needs to stop.

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Black Lives Matter demonstrations in Toronto gaining momentum

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Organizers say members of the Black community and their allies will continue to demand an end to anti-Black racism and police brutality.

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Whose job is it to call out workplace sexism and harassment?

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It should not be left up to the target of harassment to have to fight for their rights.

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Media, sexism and society

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A challenging relationship that we need to rethink

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Should we frack? (Emotions need not apply)

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Institutional discrimination at its best: The ‘old boys club’ reviews fracking

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Sharp criticism sometimes stifles discussion

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There is a fine line between freedom of expression and (tolerance of) discriminatory language and beliefs: have we found it?

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Trans-cending hate and ignorance

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Change is coming – determinedly, steadily and painfully – as the province moves to tackle transphobia

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Memorial University’s D-Day mug debacle: A fine line to trip over

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Whether preserved through traditions or perpetuated by pop culture, sexism and the objectification of women are wrong, and their acceptance is holding us back.

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Canadian values under threat

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But who are they most in danger from?

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