Tag: feminism

Out of sight, but never out of mind

Approaching the halfway mark in its “Silver Season”, Theatre Erindale introduces its production of Wendy Wasserstein’s Uncommon Women and Others, a play that takes...

UC Follies rethink the Greek classics

Last weekend, the UC Follies presented Ted Hughes’ translation of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon.Agamemnon is the story of a man who returned from a 10-year war...

Women are from the same planet

In this last installment of the feminism series, I want to continue looking at what others have to say about the topic. One other...

Pop culture welcomes feminism

I was never as excited about TV as I was when I first saw the HBO pilot of Girls. At that time I didn’t...

The cultural worship of marriage

I’m sure many members of all genders would be quick to pointedly ask: why do we still need feminism? What are women lacking anyway?...

Placing third-wave feminism

To be honest, I can’t recall how it began—the sensation that something was changing in our culture.The feeling could have been inspired by any...

Professor questions prostitution laws

Seats filled up quickly last week at UTM’s final feminist lunch hour on Canada’s new prostitution laws.The lunch, presented jointly by the WGS department...

Feminism Discussed

On November 13, a group of women gathered in the South Building for a round table discussion about feminism.Posters covered the front of the...
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