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Confessions of a Reluctant Crafter  by Deborah Ostrovsky (Winter 2012)
Confessions of a Reluctant Crafter

Confessions of a Reluctant Crafter

I'm standing beside the cash at a popular Montreal knitting shop, and giant beads of sweat are rolling down my face.

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Porn Again: The Issue that Won't Go Away  by Lisa Tremblay
Porn Again: The Issue that Won't Go Away

Porn Again: The Issue that Won't Go Away

In light of a new documentary celebrating Hugh Hefner as the grandfather of the sexual revolution, feminists might be wondering how mainstream heterosexual pornography has evolved since Playboy was launched in 1953.

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Women's Studies: Is it Time to Change Course?  by Renee Bondy
Women's Studies: Is it Time to Change Course?

Women's Studies: Is it Time to Change Course?

It’s been four decades since the first women’s studies courses were offered in Canada, and the discipline seems to be hitting its stride. The first credit course in women’s studies was offered at the University of Toronto in 1970, and the first degree-granting program was at the University of British Columbia in 1971, a year after San Diego University established the first women’s studies program in North America.

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