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Deconstructing Patriarachy
Bev Pike

Imagine yourself in 1975 wandering through the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Images of Woman exhibition.

What’s this? So many of the artworks depict women naked, and, in...

Phoenix Rises
Susan G. Cole

What Radical Feminist Andrea Dworkin Can Teach Us Today

In the U.S. and in Canada, the 1980s pornography debate...

Tuning in to Time's Up
Cindy Filipenko

Canadian women in the entertainment industry have launched a campaign for greater gender parity in the music industry.


How Rape Kits Have Failed Women
Andrea Quinlan

Ever since it was first dubbed “Ontario’s most successful rapist trap” in a Toronto Star article in 1984, the sexual assault evidence kit has been heralded as a...

Sexual Assault: Where Do We Go From Here?
Janet Nicol

The Jian Ghomeshi trial last year touched off a national debate about the legal rights of women who have experienced sexual violence.  As a result, legal experts and activists are now calling...

Last Rights: Women and Assisted Dying
Jocelyn Downie

In the early 1990s, Sue Rodriguez challenged Canada’s Criminal Code prohibition on assisted dying. The 42-year-old, who was living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), fought for the...