The Parti Québécois government’s proposed charter of values would not boost human rights protections or religious freedoms for Quebec’s minorities and in particular it would not boost protections for Quebec women.
What the PQ’s proposed charter aspires to do is to take everyone’s religious expression
The world seemed to pay scant attention to human rights in Russia before the country passed a law prohibiting “homosexual propaganda.” Like many people, I was only vaguely aware that the Russian government was intolerant towards its LGBT citizens, until the photos and videos of brutal attacks on gay activists emerged this summer.
It’s hard being a smart, forward-thinking woman in politics these days. You’d think it would be otherwise now that Canada boasts—count ’em—six female premiers. But the narrative that has unfolded since out lesbian Kathleen
As a black girl growing up near Chicago during the 1960s, I thought it best to keep my crush on Suzanne Pleshette to myself. Then best known for her role as the schoolteacher Annie in the Alfred Hitchcock film The Birds (1963), the dark-haired, sultry-voiced actress would later be featured in several television dramas and B movies in
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