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Listen to this: “Each Hallowe’en radical evangelical groups all over the USA and Canada build hell houses. Beginning in the 70’s, these performer-animated installations showcase a gruesome retribution for the sins of fornication, abortion, suicide, occultism, and— of course—same-sex relationships. This Hallowe’en Toronto artist Allyson Mitchell reclaims this hellish scenario with her crowd-sourced, lesbian-feminist, queer-fear-fighting… Read More »
Each year, as spring gently glides in on a light rainstorm and libidos and flowers begin to bloom, Toronto hosts the sexiest, raunchiest, and sluttiest event that attracts whores, sex nerds, queeros, and porn stars alike. This year, the 8th annual Feminist Porn Awards will be no exception. In town from the States for this salacious… Read More »
It was sometime in the ’90s that Ru Paul said it best: “You are born naked, everything else is drag.” Contrary to what some of us may believe, sex, gender, and sexuality are not inherently linked together. Some, well maybe all, of these “categories” are social constructs (I think that’s what Madame Ru was getting… Read More »
I enter a small office with no windows in the Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at York University. Ariana Elizabeth King, the current President of the club this office hosts, stands waiting for me in a black, brown and white ensemble; a vintage brown dress, black stockings with a few ﬂaws and killer white booties. She… Read More »
Perusing the world of my Facebook feed, I stumbled upon a powerful diddy of a piece about being femme. (Shout out to Bossy Femme for this radical femme manifesto) Now, I have never identified as femme. I had barely even thought about it. But, this past solstice when a friend gifted me a vegan red lipstain… Read More »