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16.05.2019

Sahara Baldwin

Afrofururism emerged in the 90s as the new millennium was coming around and there was a distinct interest in the aesthetics of technology within Black communities. In image arts, specifically fashion...

25.04.2019

Lesbian Visibility Day in Montreal

Created in 1982, the Lesbian Visibility Day is still relevant. With this event, the goal is to bring together LGBTQ women and provide a...

31.03.2019

Life in Transition

When gaining freedom means losing a precious identity I recently wandered into a clothing shop in Toronto filled with oversized T-shirts arranged like art installations, hanging...

10.03.2019

lstw: Call for Submissions

Do you want to contribute to lstw? We are currently accepting submissions for our fourth issue! We are looking for queer female and non-binary writers, illustrators and...

28.02.2019

V for Vivek

I met for a quick tea break with Vivek this summer while she was touring for “I’m Afraid of Men “and it was awe at first sight. A multidimensional creative virtuoso who juggles between her...

23.02.2019

Lesbian

Perspectives: from geographic designation to political safeguard Retracing history’s earliest references to female homosexuality requires archaeological effort. The logical place to start,...

22.02.2019

Lena Waithe’s Big Moves

Being an out and proud woman is a revolutionary act, especially in Hollywood. For the writer, producer and actor, it’s a non-negotiable (with surprising dividends). Lena...

15.02.2019

10 questions to @CHARLIESHE

Learn more about @charlieshe. INSTA BIO Bad Radical Feminist Poly-Sexual Queer Music and Activism Body-Sex POS & Intersections 1- Describe yourself in one colour, one meal...

02.02.2019

The L Word is coming back on Showtime

Showtime has announced that they are moving ahead with a revival of The L Word. Playwright and screenwriter Marja-Lewis Ryan serves as...

22.01.2019

“Marguerite” at the Oscars

It was this morning that the nominations for the 91st Academy Awards on February 24 were announced in Beverly Hills. Two Quebec films will...

14.01.2019

In “Treatment”

So-called reparative therapy has no basis in science, can lead to depression and dysfunction and is widely condemned by leading health organizations. So why haven’t Canadian...