Voting against Trudeau doesn’t mean voting for Sheer

Voting against Trudeau doesn't mean voting for Sheer. Many people want to vote against Trudeau, and automatically choose the Conservatives, without necessarily knowing the significance of this gesture. Please remember or realize that Andrew Scheer, leader of the Conservative Party, is against: Abortion and Reproductive Rights; MARRIAGE between LGBTQIA + people, and therefore, against the... Continue Reading →


How to be a feminist ally

Have you ever wondered how to be a feminist ally? Feminism is about social justice. It aims for equality between the sexes and emancipation from norms of gender and sexuality. Suffice it to say that it is not enough to call oneself a feminist to be so. One must undoubtedly be wary of such declarative... Continue Reading →

The abortion pill

Difficult access to the abortion pill in Quebec compared to elsewhere in Canada. While in British Columbia, 40% of women who obtained abortions took advantage of the abortion pill in the first 18 months following the introduction of the drug, in Quebec, this proportion was only 9% after the first year, reveals a report released... Continue Reading →

Holding in your farts

Holding in your farts isn't healthy. An accumulation of intestinal gas can trigger abdominal distension. Some gases are absorbed into the circulation which isn't healthy. It can even cause inflammation of the colon. I will always remember sitting in a restaurant and having a discussion with my best friend new boyfriend about women's biology. He... Continue Reading →

Victims of violence

70% of women in the world are victims of violence in their lifetime. Gendered violence is a real issue. It a real problem not only elsewhere, but here in Canada. I once dated a guy when I was in college that tried to punch me in the face when I wouldn't entertain the idea of... Continue Reading →

Canadian Women and the right to vote

Canadian Women and the right to vote In 1916, women had earned the vote in Manitoba. Eventually, other provinces extended the vote to women as well. But federal elections were another story. On September 20 1917, Parliament passed the Wartime Elections Act. It allowed women who were British subjects and who were wives, mothers and... Continue Reading →

How to prevent abortions

Abortion is something that has divided people for many, many years. Instead of fighting about whether or not women should have the last word on their own bodies, why aren't we discussing how to prevent abortions in the first place. The answer is that the camp against abortions aren't really trying to reduce abortion. They... Continue Reading →

The law values men above women

The law values men above women. We see it over and over again. Men get much smaller sentences for hurting women and children. If a women dares kill her partner in self-defense or leave a child in the car, she will be punished much harshly than a man would be. The law values men above... Continue Reading →

Katherine Johnson – Space Scientist

As you know, I like to write about women who have affected our history because they are often overlooked in history classes and books. Today, I want to write about Katherine Johnson who was a mathematician and space scientist. In the 1960's, Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson worked for NASA. In fact, Katherine started working there... Continue Reading →

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