|Blog 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.|
|Columnists Harsha Walia | The new hotline that sends automated bell hooks quotes to aggressive men demanding women's phone numbers is getting rave reviews. But what does it mean for framings of consent and rape culture?|
|Blog Steffanie Pinch | With problematic messages commonly found on women's underwear, a new campaign is offering a consent-based alternative.|
Witch hunt! Terry Richardson responds to sexual assault allegations. (Also, libertarianism will be the death of us)Meghan Murphy | Libertarians can't sit with us.
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Julie Michaud talks about a student campaign against sexual and gender violence at Concordia University and the important victory it recently won.|
|Blog 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.|
|News Clay Nikiforuk | It seems we self-medicate with alcohol to dull the shame, confusion and gender-norms surrounding sex, desires, and sexuality that are so present in ourselves and our culture.|
|Podcast Steffanie Pinch | What is radical consent? In this episide: how radical consent can be used in sex-positive dialogue, radical consent workshops, plus an interview with Ottawa's Luna Allison.|
|Activist Toolkit | This workshop is all about making safer sex seem hotter|
|News Women's Legal Education and Action Fund | In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court of Canada agreed Friday there can be no such thing as advance consent to unconscious sex. Consent must always be active, voluntary, ongoing and contemporaneous.|
But was it 'rape-rape'? #mooreandme, rape apologism and the left: Why are women still missing from the 'big picture'?The F Word | Jaclyn Friedman speaks to Meghan Murphy about #mooreandme, some of the debates that arose around rape allegations against Julian Assange, and the rocky relationship between feminism and the left.
|Blog Judith Cheung | A University of Manitoba student group is organizing against the controversial exhibit of human bodies in Canada and around the world.|