Friday, December 31, 2010
Monday, November 22, 2010
Uh ok, so what happened after that, guys? Two youths were arrested for
mischief. What does that even mean?
I'd love it if the police could just get over themselves a lil
and get along with mischief and mayhem. Also, activists maybe need to
look at the broader picture and objectively see if endangerment was at
play. Anyway, all this to say that trans remembrance was not observed in
ye ol' Montreal. Dearth of hirs and Zes?
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Yesterday six women staged a sit-in in Ottawa, at Chuck Strahl's Ministry of
Indian Affairs. The sit-in was in response to YET MORE major government funding cuts!
Visit www.missingjustice.ca for more info.
Lina and tons of other people, like the readers of this blog
and oh, you know, human beings with a sense of social justice.
Monday, December 28, 2009
I was in Ottawa and Gatineau this holiday, and had such a relaxing time. I bought awesome books (Zoe Whittall's For As Long As Possible and Margaret Atwood's The Year of the Flood). Also went to the Lookout, one of Ottawa's oldest gay bars, where people were funny, sexy and all around dope.
What is everyone doing for NYE 2010? I haven't decided, though it won't be a big event. Probably some cider and whisky with some friends, snow, and hopefully, a dog or two. Some good stuff happening in the city tho, for cheap. Check out the parties here
. [Kox & Kuntz
Apparently, gay teenage girls can be expelled from religious schools for "homosexual behaviour" because religious schools are considered private property and so the expulsion does not fall under the jurisdiction of human rights violation. [LA Times
A transsexual undergoing a year-long transition to her true self, Jillian Page, writes about the illusive G-Spot over at Montreal Gazette. [Patent Pending
Xtra writer examines the new Kids in the Hall series on CBC, which makes its debut Jan 12, 2010 [Xtra