Tag Archives: Feminism

I don’t support the Pro-Life movement, but I’m not pro-abortion

Earlier this year, I wrote for the first time about abortion and some of the thoughts I was developing about it. Since then, I’ve struggled with where I stand on the issue, and tried to figure out ways to express it. Thankfully, I have a friend who is great at tagging me on posts with articles all about these kinds …

Yes, I can be a Feminist, Christian and a housewife

Earlier this month, one of my favourite bloggers posted about feminism and this somewhat popular idea that feminists and housewives must be mutually exclusive of one-another. It’s an issue that I’ve encountered often, both as a woman who loves being a housewife, and as a Christian woman. At Christmas, the in-laws came to our apartment, and I took care of …

We still need feminism

Last Friday was a day of importance that many outside of Canada, and even many within Canada are not aware of. December 6 marks the National Day of Remembrance and Action On Violence Against Women, where memorial vigils are held across the country.   The day, which was established in 1991, marks the anniversary of the Dec. 6, 1989 murder …

Geeks, Sexism, and Assault

Sorry I’ve been away for a couple weeks. Things got a little crazy at the paper with multiple deadlines and trying to get life stuff done.   I wanted to share the column I wrote for this week’s paper, because it’s both an issue I’m passionate about and ties in relatively well with my last post. It’s one of the …

#StopTheBeautyMadness

I stood in front of the mirror at my inlaws’ house this past weekend, staring at myself in the mirror, trying to figure out whether I should even bother going to the beach or if I should just throw back on my clothes and forget the swimming part. Weight has been an issue with me for a long time, and …