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Scott Neigh | Kaeden Seburn and Jay Burns talk about SAEFTY Ottawa, a group of trans and gender-diverse youth using research and advocacy to reduce barriers youth face in accessing gender-affirming health care.
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Scott Neigh | Estelle Davis talks about Taking What We Need, a solidarity fund created by and for trans women living in Montreal.
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Pushing rural organizations to be more welcoming to trans and gender-diverse people
Scott Neigh | Behc Jax-Lynx and Cara Tierney talk about their educational work that is pushing rural and suburban organizations to be more open to transgender and gender-diverse people.
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Mercedes Allen | By telling their stories and asserting themselves as authorities on their own experiences, trans* people have already changed the debate. As a result, opponents have weaponized free speech.
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Bonnie Burstow | This article is a conversation about a daring new novel "The Other Mrs. Smith." In it we see electroshock emerge as violence against women and we make the acquaintance of truly fascinating souls.
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Mercedes Allen | There's a duplicitous game of sleight-of-hand that is taking place in discussions about freedom of speech in academia and the public square.
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Scott Neigh | Dorian Jesse Fraser talks about the Queer Between the Covers book fair and distro.
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Mercedes Allen | How the controversy surrounding the song "Walk on the Wild Side" reflects the changes that take place as a social movement -- in this case, trans* activism -- matures.
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Mercedes Allen | A nuanced dissection of UofT professor Jordan Peterson's campaign against trans* people in the name of free speech.
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Redeye Collective | Gender identification on passports, drivers' licences and SIN cards is unnecessary and can be used to discriminate against trans people, according to the new Gender-Free I.D. Coalition.
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Mercedes Allen | Black Lives Matter Toronto's stand brings to mind an odd experience a few years ago, which taught me a lot about the nature of the interplay between authorities and marginalized, policed communities.
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Emily Blake | Last year B.C. made a progressive decision to create a province-wide system for transgender health care, but progress has been slow to take place.