Despite widespread concern about reports of gang rapes of sex workers in Newfoundland, those at risk of being attacked haven't looked to the authorities for help.
Sarah Ratchford on why we shouldn't watch the video of Ray Rice assaulting his wife, gender inclusivity in reproductive rights, and the earning potential of mothers in this week's Lady Business.
The language we're using when discussing the stolen celebrity photos is actually making things a lot worse.
This week's Lady Business tackles the Harper government's steadfast refusal to open an inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women, and the Emmy's sexist Sofia Vergara stunt.
We spoke to New York Times best-selling author Roxane Gay about her book Bad Feminist, the Ferguson riots, and how writers can be better people.
This week's Lady Business examines the pros and cons of the Intrauterine device (IUD).
Lady Business tackles the owner of a hip-hop site who suddenly decided it’s his job to parent female hip-hop stars, and a well-known pick up artist's attempt to run for Toronto's city council.
Sarah Ratchford's Lady Business tackles her own recent street harassment, the NFL's troublingly insufficient punishment of Ray Rice for knocking his wife unconscious, and the San Diego Police's pervy investigations.
Sarah Ratchford tackles Ottawa sex workers threatening to put MPs who frequent their services on blast, New Brunswick's lone abortion provider's closing, and the woman arrested for the vagina boat.
This week in Lady Business, Sarah Ratchford discusses the Supreme Court denying women who want to control their own bodies access to contraception, and a man who blathered for 11,000 words in anger at a young woman's literary success.