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Health, Rights, Life



Age Difference In Couples

I was listening to the radio on my way home yesterday. What was being said about Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron and felt quite annoyed that the most discussed topic wasn't politics, but their age difference? As if their personal relationship... Continue Reading →

Racism Multi-Cultural Individual Face

Being Métis I have experienced both privileges of my white side and faced racism due to my indigenous side, which is kind of a unique place to be. I prefer to see myself and all mixed raced people as the... Continue Reading →

Caring Eyes

Look around you, are you lucky to enough to have friends and family from all walks of life? I love my family and friends of all colours, politics, religious beliefs, ages, orientations and genders. Among them are the physically disabled,... Continue Reading →

I do it for me

There are some people who believe that women wear high heels to show off our butts for men to enjoy, that we paint our faces to look prettier for men, that we lure men with scents or/and we change our... Continue Reading →

Addressing the question of sex work & human rights

Trigger Warning: Discussion of discrimination, domestic violence, rape, slavery,  violence  I have heard many activist stating that to be “pro-sex work” supporting human rights. I personally do not feel that being "pro-sex work" is the proper human rights approach. The reason why... Continue Reading →

Why we need to safe places for male chronic illness sufferers

I didn't think I would be mentioning sexism when talking about illnesses, but it recently came to light that men have a harder time talking about chronic illness because they are constantly told that they are not allowed to talk... Continue Reading →

Hate Crimes need to be taken more seriously.

Love comes naturally. Hatred is learned. Why are police and justice having such a difficult time calling racist, gendered and sexual orientation targeted crime tried as heinous hate crimes? If the authorities do not set the example< these hate crimes... Continue Reading →

My body, My Choice

We are in the 21st century.  The freedom to dress as one wishes without receiving criticism from unknown people should be ingrained into society. It sounds so basic: my body, my choice. What is so difficult to understand?  Every choice... Continue Reading →

Hierarchy of problems

Whether you are writing an article online or you are participating in a protest, there will always be someone who will voice their unhappiness at the choice of cause. There are always more important issues to talk about than the cause... Continue Reading →

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