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The Myth of Matricide
Joanna Chiu (Fall 2011)

Three years ago, when I was an undergraduate student at the University of British Columbia, I cut classes for a week to attend a feminist retreat in Quebec.

Daphne Odjig
Jann L.M. Bailey (Spring 2011)

Daphne Odjig’s career as an artist and her ongoing work as an advocate for Aboriginal artists, women and children has been a lifelong story of inspiration.

Young Adult Fiction for Girls
Niranjana Iyer (Summer 2011)
As evidenced by studies as well as our own memories, teen girls are particularly vulnerable to self-doubt and self-esteem problems....
Porn Again: The Issue that Won't Go Away
Lisa Tremblay

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...

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

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...

The Corridors of Queer
Ember Swift

We all know the story. A woman, married to a man for 20 years, goes to a party. There, she locks eyes with a woman with a confident stance and comfortable shoes.