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Last Saturday, hundreds gathered on traditional Tsleil-Watuth territory to show their love of the land and sea.

By Karla
July 19, 2018

We echo Saudi feminist’s call to abolish the male guardianship system that suppresses women’s movement and agency.

By Laurel
June 1, 2018

Who would have thought that licorice - the sweet and salty treat that some people love and others love to hate - could have played a role in starting a conversation about rape, feminist organizing and women-only space.

By Syllona
May 19, 2018

“Our voice is not only the voice of Indigenous peoples, but at the same time the voice of all the women in the world.”

By Maria Paredes
April 25, 2018

Today, wherever man camps are set up, we face exponential increases in sexual violence.

By Hilla
March 23, 2018

I’m saddened that growing up I thought men saying sexual things to me was ordinary, but I’m encouraged to see women challenging the sexist status-quo, holding men accountable and pushing for social change.

By Rachel
March 9, 2018

For winter 2018, herizons, the Canadian feminist magazine, has issued a special edition featuring some of the best articles about feminist activism in Canada that the magazine has published in the last 25 years.

By Hilla
February 2018

it seems people really have a problem understanding that before you have sex with someone, and that’s every time you have sex with them, make sure they want to have sex with you.

I have considered myself a feminist for more than half my life, since I was thirteen. It’s only my definition of feminism – and my related perceptions of capitalism, men, and violence – that has continued to change.

By Gina Whitfield
August 1, 2006

I hop in my car and head from the college to Rape Relief, as I have heaps of work to do. I’m stuck in traffic, as per usual, so I have a good chance to think about the film I saw the night before. I borrowed the National Film Board film Not a Love Story from the college library, as it critically examines the pornography industry. My mum and I watched it together and to say the least, we were both disturbed.

By Erin Sandberg
2003
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