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A Month of Silence.

It’s been a while since I last wrote about something. Almost a month to be honest.

This summer has been quite boring in some ways but also fun and interesting. 207 more words


Reclaiming My Identity As A Woman

When you think of the word woman, what thoughts or descriptions come to mind? What about when you hear the word man? It seems that in our collective society, the word woman conjures many negative images and associations. 1,105 more words


Label-less and Limit-less

Over the last year I’ve had several conversations about sexual identity and gender orientation, a topic difficult for anyone to grasp, let alone our black-and-white culture. 691 more words


U of T professor attacks political correctness, says he refuses to use genderless pronouns

TORONTO — As part of an hour-long YouTube lecture on political correctness, University of Toronto professor and clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson is objecting to the Trudeau government’s Bill C-16, which proposes to outlaw harassment and discrimination based on gender identity and gender expression under the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code. 997 more words



It is something I’ve felt as far back as my memory serves. In my fourth year on planet Earth. That’s roughly when I recall being introduced to my gender.   149 more words



By Michel Tremblay
Directed by Gregory Prest
A Soulpepper Production at the Historic Distillery District
September 27-October 15, 2016

In a fundamental socio-political sense, Hosanna is a blue-collar Quebec play, a fact that even the English translation of John Van Burek and Bill Glassco makes clear by its occasional Franco-Canadian exclamations and vulgarly pungent turns of phrase. 421 more words

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