Posts Filed Under: feminism
What began in Toronto in 2011 has now grown an international movement against sexual violence and victim blaming.
Here's what our reviewers thought worked (and didn't) at this year's Fringe, and what could be improved upon.
Twenty artists attempt to capture the diversity of being a woman in freshly painted murals—but the project is not without criticism
City Council could do far more to improve the lives of marginalized citizens who are impacted daily by racism, sexism, classism, homophobia, transphobia, and ableism.
Women gathered at this address organizing to make sure gender equality was in the constitution.
A screening of the 1954 film Carmen Jones will be followed by a discussion on women in music.
Marchers raise issues including childcare, racism, queer and trans rights, poverty, and action on violence against women.
Women who have been organizing tomorrow's International Women's Day march since day one, others are brand new to activism.
This week's International Women's Day events include tonight's No Safe Space panel discussion, which examines online harassment of women, and how to mitigate it.
Two sharp comedy/dramas capture women's struggles in the Victorian and baby-boom eras.
How sexism isn't limited to TV ads from big brewers, and what some local brewers are doing about it.
Wikipedia Wednesday at the AGO aims to write women's lives online.
#UofTfeministstrong shuts down Bloor.
Taking on feminist issues for the younger crowd.
On Toronto streets, a taxi cab is never far out of sight. But try spotting a woman in the driver's seat. Torontoist spoke to two women who make their living behind the wheel.
As part of a White Ribbon fundraiser, guys walked around downtown in some really stunning footwear.
Councillor responds to her abrupt removal from mayor's inner circle.
Outside Henry Morgentaler's clinic and across the country, first reactions to the Supreme Court of Canada's 1988 ruling on abortion.