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[De]Colonizing Sexualities: Queer Histories & Healthcare Accessibility in Ontario

How oppressive is it to hear mainstream media debating about what rights you deserve to have? This was the opening question posed in a video by a trans* activist in Dublin, in a video shown during the introduction of a workshop on inclusive practices for the LGBTQ+ community, held by Rainbow Health Ontario. 1,866 more words

It's Okay to Question the Data

Data is so very important, but do not just accept data given to you for data sake.  Any information shared to about your child’s progress should be evident across multiple settings (e.g. 442 more words

Super Rant Wednesday! The Ministry of Children and the Transit Plebiscite.

What kind of Nazi state is this when the fucking government through the Ministry of Children and Family Development is able to arbitrarily deem someone unfit to be a mother or father and remove their child from their care even though there are no signs of abuse or neglect on the child?  678 more words

Surrey

THE LIFE OF AMENDMENT 8 – You Thought It Was Over!

I apologize to my readers for this article being about Florida. However, since that is where I live and where most of the corruption and plans to destroy our children’s future’s originates, I hope that by informing you of the measures our legislature is taking in ruining our children’s futures – you will also take a long hard look at your state to see if you are becoming a ‘copycat’!   1,969 more words

Education

Grandparent Visitation Reversed in Columbia, TN: Manning v. Manning

Facts: Mother and Father are the divorced parents of Child. Father was convicted of stalking mother and has no visitation with Child. Father has been in and out of jail throughout Child’s life. 788 more words

Family Law

Grandparents Fail to Undo Adoption in Jonesborough, TN: In re R.S.M.

Facts: Mother was the unmarried parent of Child. Following the birth, Mother and Child lived with Grandparents in their home for over two years. Grandparents loved the child and they shared a close relationship. 1,198 more words

Family Law