Now that Canada has a government in which 50 percent of cabinet ministers are women, feminist expectations are running high.
At the top of any feminist wish list will be initiatives to...
Horror and feminism may seem like an unlikely pairing at first. After all, horror is a cinematic genre marked by ugly violence, menaced by masked men and packed with blonde sorority girls who run...
Born and raised in Halifax, Viola Desmond was a successful beautician who, in 1946, challenged racial prejudice.
The Haudenosaunee, or Iroquois, allocated a degree of importance to women which was quite singular.
Twenty-two years ago, Madeleine Shaw (photo, left) struggled to find a solution to the uncomfortable bladder infections she experienced brought on by the o.b. tampons she was using.
In 2007, 19-year-old Ashley Smith died in federal custody at the Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener, Ontario.
Copyright © 2011 Herizons magazine. Designed by M. Buchanan. Developed by Shawn Sanders. Site Powered by Drupal