Learning the Painful Truth That This Society Wasn’t Made for You
I’m in the metro on my way home from school after my 11 p.m. class finishes, when suddenly I notice two individuals talking very loudly behind me, two white people with dreads, two white people with dreads loudly making racist comments.
Poems from our Gender and Sexuality issue.
Kissing Biphobia Goodbye
There are a lot of preconceived notions about bisexuality. It can take different forms and can come from different people.
The Journey of Two Women to Create a Space Where They Belong
Espace L is where anyone who identifies as female or non-binary can come find comfort and community in a space that is all their own, tailored to their needs and that believes in the power of a group of passionate women.
University Programs Begin to Change
In a domain that is dominated by the male gender, can anybody hear these women?
Mado Lamotte, Crystal Nebula, Lizzy Strange and Will Charmer Share Their Stories
Whatever goes, drag performers work on challenging our preconceived ideas of gender.
Stingers Quarterback Trenton Miller Tells His Story
The Stingers were in Quebec City to play the Université Laval Rouge et Or on Sept. 24. Concordia quarterback Trenton Miller was running down the middle of the field, trying to move his team into better field position. Thirty yards into his scramble, Miller looked up and all he could see was a helmet.
Was The Cure Right?
In an iconic tune by The Cure, Robert Smith sang, “I try to laugh about it/hiding the tears in my eyes/cause boys don’t cry.”
Healing Creation, Through Dance, Art, and Drama
Being a university student in Montreal can be a terribly stressful ordeal. Between taking classes, studying for exams, having full-time or part-time jobs, maintaining a social life, and experiencing this city for what it is, it can be easy to disregard the importance of balancing our mental health.
Health is One of Those Topics That’s Tough to Pin Down
Talking about mental and physical health can be frustrating when our understanding of the self appears to have remained stagnant within the collective conversation.