Survivors can now apply for up to four hours of legal advice covered by the province in order to figure out the best course of action post-assault.
It took two weeks of protesting for BLMTO to get a response from the government. Here's why they believe that wasn't good enough.
Why I didn't behave like I was expected to or report my assault to police.
Both the current and former ministers for women issues in Quebec say they are not feminists.
The Ghomeshi trial made women feel like it was the complainants—and not Ghomeshi—who were charged with crimes. If the system isn't here for survivors of sexual assault, what can be done to fix it?
The Canadian justice system shows once again it is not ready for dealing with the online world.
Why is dating so hard? Maybe it's because we're bad at communicating.
We explore the ethics of having sex with a photorealistic avatar of one of the biggest porn stars in the world.
Not to mention some amazing advancements in penis-enlargement technology. Hurray!
We like to give the people what they want, so here's the stories you found the most fascinating and horrifying this year.
While the government claims it will launch an inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and work on policies to curb violence against women, not a word was said about the laws putting sex workers in danger.
We spoke to yogis of colour about the University of Ottawa yoga controversy and how to enjoy yoga and not be a shitty person.