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Meghan Murphy | On Thursday, Jian Ghomeshi was found not guilty on all charges, but whether he is held to account is up to us, as a society.
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Subhanya Sivajothy | Queer McGill will be hosting its seventh annual Rad Sex Week, an event series seeking to explore and destigmatize anti-oppressive, feminist, trans- and queer-positive expressions of sexuality.
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Meghan Murphy | There is no such thing as "consensual sexual assault" so what is the purpose of referring to Ghomeshi's abuse as "non-consensual?"
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Mercedes Allen | Believing women is the first part of the discussion about Jian Ghomeshi. If you believe women, then you must also take a harder look at gender, power exchange and entitlement.
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Joanne Wright | Jian Ghomeshi is framing himself as the good soldier who is entitled to a private sex life. However, this case seems to be more about masculine entitlement and self-defining masculinity.
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Meghan Murphy | As it Happens spoke with a woman on the CBC today about her experience with Ghomeshi, who she claims punched her repeatedly in the head.
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Meghan Murphy | Jian Ghomeshi is fired from the CBC on account of abuse allegations. He claims the BDSM relationships he was engaged in were "consensual" and a "human right."
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Meghan Murphy | Emily Witt's reflections on watching a BDSM porn shoot for Kink.com inspire questions about the complexities of 'consent' as a measure of ethics.
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Meghan Murphy | Have identity politics stifled our ability to call out misogyny when we see it?
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Meghan Murphy | Does our sexual pleasure outweigh arguments against the sexualization of violence against women?
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Meghan Murphy | Photos of a member of the RCMP engaged in BDSM scenes were discovered online; is this merely a private fantasy? Or do our 'fantasies' have a more public impact?
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Meghan Murphy | Exploring BDSM from a feminist perspective