A podcast on women in the media. Hosted by Metro's national columnist, Rosemary Westwood. Non-ironically dusty pink.
How the gender police have unfairly targeted female athletes.
Angela Kennedy was an outspoken critic of Ontario’s sex education curriculum, until she wasn’t.
The federal government has finally launched the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls inquiry. How did we get here?
Women’s magazines in North America are upping their feminist content these days, and in Canada it’s nowhere been more striking than at Chatelaine.
We talk with New York Magazine’s Heather Havrilesky, a.k.a. Ask Polly, who’s got a new book featuring her wildly popular advice essays.
Awaiting another judgment in a sexual assault trial, this time the case of York University student Mandi Gray.
Everyone likes a good orgasm. But women’s sexual pleasure has run into trouble in the modern age.
It’s Pride month, a mere few weeks after the Orlando massacre at a gay nightclub, and Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders has apologized for the Bathhouse Raids in Toronto in the 1980.
It's wedding season. Why do people even get married any more? What does it even mean to be a wife?
A woman has become the presidential nominee for a major U.S. political party — for the first time in history — and celebrations even among progressives were underwhelming.