• Volume 33 Masthead Elected

    We’ve elected masthead for volume 33, so be ready for another year of student politics, city news, arts content and sports coverage.

  • Searching for a Free Spot

    Where the hell do I have sex with my girlfriend? Both of us live at home. My parents don’t know I’m gay and her family situation is complicated. We don’t drive, so cars are out. We’ve had some sex in private places in public, but it’s often really risky. And winter is cold in Montreal!

  • Big Transsexual Agenda—A Decision on Sterilization

    I was at the supermarket a few years ago and I saw this tabloid headline: “World’s First Pregnant Man.”

  • The Link General Elections are coming up!

    The Link General Elections are coming up!

  • Two in the Pink, One in the Kink

    My girlfriend and I have a healthy, active sex life that is fully satisfying. However, we have tried to expand it in several ways, including blindfolding and sex in public. I am writing you to ask your suggestions of other mildly kinky things to try. —Kinky on the Brain

  • Dirty Mouth

    I’m a 24-year-old woman and my boyfriend won’t kiss me after I give him head. My mouth grosses him out after he finishes in it and I don’t know if it should bother me but it does. Is there anything I can do?
    —Feeling Mouthy

  • Sustainable Sex

    It’s official: the green movement has reached the bedroom. It’s no secret that being green has become a real concern, but you can tell people are taking it really seriously when the sex industry gets on board.

  • A Very Transexual Christmas

    I want to share my transition. I want to write to you about public bathrooms, navigating my name change and taking hormones.

  • Mobile App!

    We’re working on a really sweet mobile app and we want to know what you’d like to see on it. Help us by answering this really short survey.

  • We’re going to Nash!

    Each year, the Canadian University Press organizes a national conference where student newspapers from all across Canada gather for a week of lectures, workshops and networking with other newspapers and real-world journalists. This year the National Conference (Nash) is happening in Victoria, BC, from January 11 to 15. The Link is sending 8 delegates there.