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Health, Rights, Life

Working Mom or Housewife?

Are you a "working mom"? Are you a "housewife"? Are you happy? If you've answered yes to one of these questions, you made the right decision. Some women want to be house wives and some want to have part time... Continue Reading →

Being poor is expensive

Unless you have experience living under the poverty line, there is a good chance you don't know how expensive it is to be poor. Many don't understand how much time, energy and money is required to make ends meat. The... Continue Reading →

When Misogyny = Hate Crimes

We need to be paying more attention to organised misogynistic organisations that promote hate crimes against women and treat them with as much severity as terrorists. These misogynistic groups are peopled with hundreds of websites, blogs and forums dedicated to... Continue Reading →

Life Outside the Box

Your comfort zone is a dangerous place to be. If you want to grow, get out of it. Two roads diverged in a wood and I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference." -... Continue Reading →

Connecting Job & Passion

In my opinion, just because a job is good, it doesn't mean that it's good for you. I realise that having a job security doesn't always let people connect job and passion. I also realise that sometimes, a job that... Continue Reading →

Privilege and Entitlement

Privileged is the idea that some people in society are advantaged over others. Privilege is often invisible from the inside. It's difficult to see a system designed to benefit you when it's all-encompassing. Because whiteness is viewed as the “default,”... Continue Reading →

Rape – Dispelling the myths

Trigger Warning: Discussion of racism, rape, violence I am so tired of hearing men and women in a position of power make a ridiculous, hurtful, unfounded, unscientific, and inhumane statement about rape. There should be a minimum education requirement in order... Continue Reading →

It’s time to pay attention

The extreme right-wing groups that are becoming increasingly noisy in Quebec and everywhere else in the country are not about to disappear. On the contrary, the odds are that they will only become more visible and grow in numbers.  The... Continue Reading →

Shaming Needs to Stop

"You should be ashamed of yourself” is a favourite saying of toxic people. Shaming can also be used to destroy and whittle away at a person's self-esteem. If this person dares to be proud of something, shaming her/him for that specific... Continue Reading →

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