Jephthah’s Daughters, a reflection on femicide in Canada

This morning (Jan. 30) CBC released an article highlighting the startling statistics from the Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice and Accountability. The report states that in 2018 148 women and girls were killed in 133 incidents. That means a woman or girl was killed every 2.5 days last year. An estimated 12 women and girlsContinue reading “Jephthah’s Daughters, a reflection on femicide in Canada”

A Review // A “Rape Culture” Tutorial for the Naysayers

Tula Drimonis recently, on the wake of International Women’s Day, published an incredibly poignant Huffington Post article. Today is March 8th, so let me share my own thoughts on this important day–a day we remember women who experienced much of what Drimonis writes about. Rape culture, this can be a hard concept to explain, butContinue reading “A Review // A “Rape Culture” Tutorial for the Naysayers”