Podcast
Boju Bajai hosts Bhrikuti Rai (left) and Itisha Giri (right). Image: Used with permission
Victoria Fenner | Maxine Betteridge-Moes is a Canadian living in Nepal who has discovered an informative and entertaining podcast by Nepali women that explore gender equality issues. She tells us why she's a fan.
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Challenging rape culture in the media
Scott Neigh | Farrah Khan and Shannon Giannitsopoulou talk about the work of the organization Femifesto to challenge rape culture in the media.
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Kate McInturff | Every December 6, we remember the women who lost their lives in the brutal and targeted attack at École Polytechnique. Have we learned from the past?
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Sophia Reuss | Student activists and survivors of sexual violence have led the fight for policy development on Canadian campuses for decades. They've won important victories, but the fight continues.
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Zoe Todd | A letter signed by CanLit Who's Who has called for an investigation of how UBC handled investigation into allegations about the former chair of its creative writing program, Steven Galloway.
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Photo: Andrew Balfour/Federal Court of Canada
Gerry Caplan | Picture the counselling session: "See Judge, here's the thing: it's not really okay for a man to assault and rape a woman. You got that now?"
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Paniz Khosroshahy | Two years after being sexually assaulted, and one year after reporting it, I've had to pack up and travel across the world for a semester abroad just to get away from my toxic campus.
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Emily Blake | As the first day of school looms students are worrying about campus rape culture, WAVAW plans on putting the responsibility back on administration with feminist frosh week.
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Meghan Murphy | There's nothing 'modern' about guilting your partner into sex.
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Emily Blake | Another news week and rabble.ca bloggers continue to bring nuanced and thoughtful takes on the stories of the week.
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Emily Blake | When sexual violence is everywhere you look sometimes the best thing you can do is address it.
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Paniz Khosroshahy | A new documentary inspired by the Brock Turner case argues that "seeing is believing" when it comes to rape. But it's really just trauma porn.