Podcast
Marc Forster on broken relationships, filmmaking, and silence as a form of expre
Face2Face | Mark and I talk about his film "All I See Is You," broken relationships, our shifting attention, expectations, loneliness and why it's so important to realize that sometimes all we have is each other.
Blog
Doreen Nicoll | It's 2016. So why are women still expected to change their surnames when they marry?
Blog
Meghan Murphy | There's nothing 'modern' about guilting your partner into sex.
Blog
Svea Vikander, everyone wearing pants
Svea Vikander | As former CBC host Jian Ghomeshi goes to trial for four counts of sexual assault this month, Canada is forced to confront its attitudes about consent, and the validity of victims' stories
Blog
Kathleen Lahey
David J. Climenhaga | Very little of the money from the Tory income-splitting dodge will get to people who need it.
Blog
Anne Theriault | What's wrong with 'birth name' anyway?
Podcast
Face2Face | Don't miss this interview as Deirdre talks about her passion for social justice, growing up in a small town as a Lesbian, how she still loves Jesus, and wants to out a whole lot of conversations.
Podcast
The F Word | This show explores the tensions and challenges feminists face when choosing to marry and their hopes for a future where marriage is based on equality and love.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | On feminism and romance.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | Do men naturally want sex more than women? Does 'hookup culture' put women at a disadvantage? Margaret Wente thinks so.
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy interviews Nicola Barker, author of "Not the Marrying Kind: A Feminist Critique of Same-Sex Marriage."
Podcast
The F Word | Feeling a little less than loving about Valentine's Day? The F Word talks to Samita Mukhopadhyay about the romantic industrial complex and looks at challenging dominant narratives around coupledom.