• Who Runs the World?

    International Day of the Girl Just Isn’t Radical Enough

    Last year, the United Nations got together to adopt a resolution that International Day of the Girl would forevermore be observed on Oct. 11 to raise awareness of the situation of girls around the world.

  • That Transsexual Guy

    Forced to Lie by Legislation

    Trans people are often seen as liars and tricksters. An example of this would be the idea that comes up every time a bill (C-389, C-279) proposes to recognize gender identity and gender expression as a recognized group under Canada’s Criminal Code, thereby protecting…

  • Editorial

    Back to the Drawing Board

    You can’t force people to do what’s good for them. Nor can you manhandle them into spending money on something that they no longer view as a commodity.

  • Gutting the System

    New Supreme Court Appointments Undermine Its Function

    The Supreme Court seemed to be the last bulwark against Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s agenda, but it won’t be for long.

  • Sex & Pancakes

    Oral Conundrum

    Melissa, I recently read that gonorrhea is on the rise and is mainly transmitted through oral sex. The idea to use a condom during oral sex genuinely makes me want throw up, but I don’t want to get a STI either. What should I do?

  • Just Watch Him.

    The Shallowness of the Justin Trudeau Media Coverage

    We need to stop treating Justin Trudeau like a spoiled child—and he should probably stop acting like one.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Baggage Issues

    I’m a pretty easygoing guy, but sometimes, little things can get to me, ya know? Like the fact that apparently, bringing my own grocery bags to your cash…

  • Do It for the Kids

    Why We Urgently Need a National Children’s Commissioner

    Right now, 5.6 million children have no representation at the federal level of government in Canada.

  • Surprise! Plagiarism is Bad for You

    Let’s talk about Margaret Wente.

  • Editorial

    A Collapsing Union

    Concordia Student Union Council meetings have a long history of being political minefields—any meeting might blow up without warning.