From Documents to Dinner, the People Who Deliver Your Poutine Through the Cold and Rain Speak Up
Long before the big names of app delivery gained foothold in North America, delivering goods by bike was still an industry in dense urban cities.
I’m Burnt Out, You’re Burnt Out, We’re All Burnt Out
The causes of burnout are increasingly systemic.
Personal Narrative: Delving Into the Reality of Life as a Trans Woman
It was at the very young age of five that I asked my parents, “Am I a boy or a girl?”
One Woman’s Discovery of the Ups and Downs of Being a Sugar Baby
Growing up, I was quick to learn that it is never a compliment if a man wants to fuck you. Sugaring opened my eyes to an extension of this teaching: just because someone wants to fuck you does not mean they will listen to what you have to say.
A selection of poetry exploring gender and sexuality!
A Personal Response to the Dichotomization of Women’s Behaviour
In matters of sexuality and intimacy, ours is a society that doesn’t hold men and women to the same standards. To make matters worse, women’s bodies are relentlessly policed and critiqued, objectified and sexualized. Mine certainly has been.
Nudes and Racy Messaging Aren’t a Product of the Twenty-First Century!
The desire to communicate erotically is an innate drive for most people, so it’s no wonder we’ve been sexting in one way or another since the invention of the written word.
A Support System for Women in the Male-Dominated Realm of Broadcast
A collective for women and non-binary folks at CJLO, Concordia’s radio station, meets the need for community and support of femmes in broadcast media, complete with a feminist talk show.
Stingers Women’s Hockey Player Doesn’t Let Her Diabetes Stop her From Excelling on the Ice
It’s Nov. 18, and it is game day for the Concordia Stingers’ women’s hockey team. At the Ed Meagher Arena, on the ice rink, one of the players circles around the ice, warming up.
Richard Davy Has Been Training Young People Accross the City on How to Administer Naloxone
McGill social work student Richard Davy said there’s a lack of awareness given towards the importance of naloxone and the growing rate of opioid overdoses in Montreal.