I was in such a pained state that I wanted people—even strangers—to stop and pay attention.
Writers Marie Lodi Andreakos, Tasbeeh Herwees, Muna Mire, Krista Burton, and Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard weigh on in the love lessons they would have appreciated hearing early on in their romantic careers.
Baz Luhrmann's new series about the beginning of hip-hop in the Bronx is unfocused at times, but ultimately true-to-life.
The Taylor Swift and Kimye beef isn't only about who said what, but about larger issues of race and privilege in America.
Police maintain that the death of Sumaya Dalmar, a Toronto transwoman of colour, was not suspicious. But that's all they're saying.
Sumaya Dalmar was the first Somali trans woman I ever met. She was a liberatory personality—no small thing in our community.
Deepan Budlakoti is a Canadian who had his status revoked under Bill C-24, a controversial bill which is raising the hackles of critics because it grants the immigration minister a wide berth to strip Canadians of their citizenship.
Thousands of Detroiters are having their water shut off in the middle of summer. We interviewed Maude Barlow who filed a formal complaint with the UN, saying that's a human rights violation.
Canada condemns Uganda’s repression of homosexuality. But nine Ugandan LGBT activists were denied visas for World Pride 2014 in Toronto.
Canada just denied visas for nine of ten Ugandan LGBT activists who want to attend World Pride 2014 in Toronto this summer. The move is yet another example of the Canadian government's contradictory practices when it comes to opposing the rampant...
Canada maintains a database in which the private mental health information of Canadians is routinely entered—sometimes inaccurately. The database is accessible to branches of the US federal government and people often discover they are a part of CPIC...
Sarah Ratchford is back for another round-up of the latest controversies and triumphs in the world of gender politics.