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Meghan Murphy | A writer at NOW Magazine posits that men who buy sex are simply expressing their individual sexual identity and that to deny them this freedom is oppressive, asking "Will johns become the new 'fags?'"
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Photo: MItchel Raphael
rabble staff | Mayoral candidate Olivia Chow's World Pride Party packed Toronto's premier gay bar Woody's this weekend. Here are some photos from the evening.
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Montreal pride 2012
rabble staff | Painting lighthouses, making masks, writing letters to Elections Canada -- that's just some of the past week in rabble blogs.
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rabble staff | Thousands turned out for this year's Pride parade in Montreal. Here are some photo highlights from the day.
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An image from Salt Spring Island's very first Pride parade in 2008.
Larkin Schmiedl | While the focus is often on huge celebrations like those in Toronto or Vancouver, many grassroots groups in smaller town and cities are organizing their own activities.
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Humberto DaSilva | B'nai Brith tried to stonewall Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QuAIA) from marching in the Toronto Pride Parade. This 'Not Rex' commentary explains why it's good that they failed.
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A QuAIA banner at last year's Toronto Pride.
Edward C. Corrigan | At stake here are the issues of censorship of political speech and perhaps the future of LGBT politics.
Podcast
Kaitlin McNabb | Kaitlin McNabb interviews author and playwright Darrin Hagen on 20 years of Edmonton's queer history and the power of storytelling.
Book Review
Jenn Prosser | Queering the Way showcases Albertan artists that are varied and as controversial as the language used to cue identity.
Podcast
Meagan Perry | Darrin Hagen on 20 years of queer art and activism on the prairies. Kim Crosby on creating a more inclusive Slutwalk for year two of the march. François-Olivier Chéne on Canada's Casserole protests.
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| How activists can make schools trans positive
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Marco Vigliotti | Capital Pride wrapped up a "very successful" 2011 edition last week with its parade through Ottawa's downtown core, drawing an estimated 55,000 to 60,000 people.