Blog
Meghan Murphy | There's nothing 'modern' about guilting your partner into sex.
Book Review
Sarah Innis | Girls (or young women) and sex. It's a huge, complex and controversial topic. Author Peggy Orenstein gets to the heart of the issue: what messages are girls receiving and what are they actually doing?
Blog
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.
Blog
Svea Vikander | Jian Ghomeshi goes to trial today. And so, in a way, do Canadian women. This trial is not only about a man and four cases of sexual assault, but whether we, as a society, trust women who tell.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | Dr. Rufus Black, Master of Ormond College, bans porn, states that "allowing the college's 400 students to access porn on its network would be condoning the objectification of women."
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with Dr. Joanne Wright about the politics of consent, particularly with regard to sexual assault.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | If men's objection of women and use of misogynistic porn doesn't matter, what does?
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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?"
News
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Julie LaLonde | The Jian Ghomeshi allegations of sexual abuse have rocked Canada and beyond and lead to one big question: How did he get away with it for so long? Here's what you can do to call out sexual harassment.
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Stephen Kimber | The events surrounding former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi bring to mind another time, another public figure, another story -- in Nova Scotia politics.
Blog
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.