Posts Tagged ‘feminism’
 

 
Reflections on a Movember to Remember

Reflections on a Movember to Remember

If there is one thing I’ve learned from Movember, it is that you do not question its legitimacy and purpose. Movember is not interested in educating anyone about the prostate or prostate cancer. Its sole purpose is the establ...
by Hector
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Music Video Vendredi – Top 10 Videos for International Women’s Week

This week’s Music Video Vendredi includes more than just our regular 1 video. How could it not? For generations countless women have been leading in music and since we’re wrapping up International Women’s Week, I figured ...
 

 
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03.08.12 – Screening of Miss Representation @ Concordia

The Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Breast Cancer Action Montreal, FemmeToxic, Girls Action Foundation and the Department of Communication Studies present: The 8th Annual Lanie Melamed Memorial Event Refuse to be Toxified! …...
by Team Gaily
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Je Me Souviens: 22 Years Ago I Walked To School And Was Afraid

My mom was crying in the living room with the TV on. I asked why she was crying. She told me, very honestly, that a man had gone into a school in Montreal (the city from which I write now) and hurt the women who went there. Tha...
by Ashleigh
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Why I Hate Pink Ribbon Crap and Six Reasons Everyone Oughta Care

It is the final day of October. Over the last 31 days, you have likely been inundated by pink. October, around the world, is ubiquitously known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Just in case you weren’t already aware of b...
by Erika
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I Bought It: Beyoncé, Feminism, and All That Sheiße

Recently, I have been checking out the wonderful world of feminist theory. The release of Beyoncé’s most recent album 4 prompted me to write an article about the seemingly conflicting gender roles in her music throughout th...
by Kyle
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Sunday Skooled: Living Islam (OUT) Loud or, discussing the meaning of queer

To be queer is “to abrade the classifications, to sit athwart conventional categories or traverse several… We are all athwart if we expose and repudiate some of the comforting lies told about us and that we tell ourselv...
by Erika
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