Pride Month is a holiday celebrated in the month of June as a celebration of our LGBTQ+ community. We are introducing a timeline of major LGBTQ+ events through history that have led us to present time. Continue reading A Timeline of Canada’s LGBTQ+ Community Through the Ages
While this year’s Pride Month may look slightly different with fewer street parades and in-person gatherings, online celebrations stand firm. With the global spring slowly reaching our feet, it is up to us to keep up, starting with debunking common misconceptions about the LGBTQ+ community. Continue reading 5 Common Misconceptions About The LGBTQ+ Community
There’s a new US holiday in town. Falling on June 19, its name is Juneteenth and it’s here to stay. But, if you’ve never seen or heard of the term before, you’re probably wondering, “What’s so significant about June 19th?” Continue reading The New US Holiday: What is Juneteenth?
Feminism is about more than just women. Feminism is not the degradation of men. Feminism has finally become the “Little Engine that Could”, chugging along the newly set tracks through hills and over rivers, but then COVID-19 came along and smashed the steel and bolts to pieces. Continue reading Feminism vs. COVID-19: How a global pandemic has failed more than just our vacation plans
In the evening of March 16, 2021, shootings at three Atlanta-area massage parlours left 8 individuals dead, including 6 Asian women. This hate crime is the latest of many that have surged in number since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, and yet another call to put an end to hate. Continue reading Eight Killed, Including Six Asian Women, in Atlanta Spa Mass Shooting
Today, Sunday, March 8, 2020, is a very special day honouring a very strong and resilient group of individuals: women. Continue reading A Girl’s Perspective on International Women’s Day 2020