Julie Devaney

Julie Devaney is a health, patient and disability activist based in Toronto. She is the author and performer of the critically acclaimed show, educational workshop series, and book, My Leaky Body. My Leaky Body was named one of Quill and Quire's Top Five Non-fiction books of 2012. Most recently, she co-edited MESS: The Hospital Anthology. Julie has been featured on CBC Radio's White Coat, Black Art and The Current, and in Chatelaine and the Toronto Star. Her writing has appeared in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Life and numerous anthologies. Julie's rabble column, "Health Breakdown," is an accessible, jargon-free take on the politics behind current health-care stories. You can find her on Twitter: @juliedevaney

Julie Devaney
Nov 15, 2004

Supersized sexism on indymedia

Julie Devaney
I was taught rather brashly by a series of postings on New York City Indymedia that the most untouchable of heroes is Morgan Spurlock, director and star of the anti-McDonalds flick, <i>Supersize Me</


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