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    Inside Out Reviews Part 3

    May 26th, 2016     by Michelle Schwartz     Comments

    For more than two decades, Inside Out has brought Toronto’s LGBT community together in celebration of the best queer film from Canada and around the world. The Inside Out Film Festival runs from May 26 to June 5. Tickets for all screenings are $11 for students with ID and $10 for youth under 18. Youth under 25 can attend all weekday screenings before 6:00PM for free. Part 2 of our series on Inside Out reviews Southwest of Salem and Oriented. READ MORE

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    Inside Out Reviews Part 2

    May 25th, 2016     by Nish Israni     Comments

    For more than two decades, Inside Out has brought Toronto’s LGBT community together in celebration of the best queer film from Canada and around the world. The Inside Out Film Festival runs from May 26 to June 5. Tickets for all screenings are $11 for students with ID and $10 for youth under 18. Youth under 25 can attend all weekday screenings before 6:00PM for free. Part 2 of our series on Inside Out reviews Major and Two Soft Things, Two Hard Things. READ MORE

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    Inside Out Reviews Part 1

    May 24th, 2016     by Abby Plener     Comments

    For more than two decades, Inside Out has brought Toronto’s LGBT community together in celebration of the best queer film from Canada and around the world. The Inside Out Film Festival runs from May 26 to June 5. Tickets for all screenings are $11 for students with ID and $10 for youth under 18. Youth under 25 can attend all weekday screenings before 6:00PM for free. Part 1 of our series on Inside Out reviews Hurricane Bianca and Kiki. READ MORE

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    WEEKLY ROUND UP: MAY 20

    May 20th, 2016     by Caitlin Blennerhassett     Comments

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    the small distance between losing you and losing myself (and keeping us both for good)

    May 19th, 2016     by Anonymous Blogger     Comments

    Writer’s Note: This post contains discussion of abusive family dynamics, suicidal ideation, death, and losing a parent to a terminal illness. Please take care while reading. My dad was diagnosed with cancer on March 16 2016, and passed away on May 2nd the same year. I originally wrote this piece in April, a few weeks before his death. I am the baby of my family. My mother, dad, and sister emigrated from India to Canada years before … READ MORE

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    Weekly Roundup: May 15

    May 15th, 2016     by Caitlin Blennerhassett     Comments

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    Berry Picking Blackfoot: An Introduction

    May 10th, 2016     by Lauren Crazybull     Comments

    My name is Lauren Crazybull. I am a Blackfoot and Dene Artist and Activist residing in Lethbridge, Alberta. I pursue art independently and make a point to create things… constantly. And this column will be yet another. READ MORE

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    WEEKLY ROUND UP: MAY 6

    May 6th, 2016     by Ronak Ghorbani     Comments

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    WEEKLY ROUND UP: APRIL 29

    April 29th, 2016     by Caitlin Blennerhassett     Comments

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    Hot Docs Reviews Part Two

    April 28th, 2016     by Michelle Schwartz     Comments

    Featuring documentaries from across the worldThe Hot Docs festival in Toronto runs from April 28 to May 28 2016. Check out part two of our reviews featuring the films Strike a Pose, Check It and The Legacy of Frida Kahlo. Students with valid ID have free festival admission for films screening before 5:00 p.m. READ MORE

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    Hot Docs Reviews Part One

    April 28th, 2016     by Rusty Nipples     Comments

    Featuring documentaries from across the world the Hot Docs festival in Toronto runs from April 28 to May 28 2016. Check out part one of our reviews featuring the films Ovarion Psycos and Café Désirs. Students with valid ID have free festival admission for films screening before 5:00 p.m. READ MORE

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    LISTEN HERE! ARTIST PROFILE CHARMIE DELLER

    April 25th, 2016     by Laura Beaulne-Stuebing     Comments

    In the lead-up to our spring music issue, we reached out to a few young emerging musicians to learn about how they got into their craft and what tips they have for artists just starting out. READ MORE

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    WEEKLY ROUND UP: APRIL 22

    April 22nd, 2016     by Caitlin Blennerhassett     Comments

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    The System Isn’t Broken, It Was Built This Way (Part 1)

    April 17th, 2016     by deb singh     Comments

    Trigger Warning: Discussions of Rape Culture The Law: Not Here for Survivors When survivors go to report a sexual assault to the police, statistically speaking: the police do nothing. It may be their job – at the very least – to listen to survivors by taking their statements but after that, on the most part, nothing more is done to validate the experience of the survivor. And why would anything be done? The system has proven time and time … READ MORE

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    WEEKLY ROUND UP: APRIL 15

    April 16th, 2016     by Ronak Ghorbani     Comments

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  • Shameless is looking for 3-4 staff illustrators to join our team!

    April 14th, 2016     by Erin McPhee     Comments

    Applications are now closed! Thank you! READ MORE

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    LISTEN HERE! ARTIST PROFILE HEX

    April 12th, 2016     by Laura Friesen     Comments

    In the lead-up to our spring music issue, we reached out to a few young emerging musicians to learn about how they got into their craft and what tips they have for artists just starting out. READ MORE

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    WEEKLY ROUND UP: APRIL 8

    April 8th, 2016     by Ronak Ghorbani     Comments

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    Sex-Positive Doesn’t Have to be a Dirty Word: Feminists Analyze the Notion Sex-Positivity

    April 7th, 2016     by deb singh     Comments

    Please note, this post has been updated since first published as the original version uploaded did not properly display the entire post. So I have a partner, going on 9 years, and I still feel awkward and scared to masturbate in front of her. I know, TMI. But that is exactly my point. In this dominant western culture, we have a problem with openly talking about sexuality, being openly sexual, and women’s racialized and queer sexualities themselves. We … READ MORE

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    Listen Here! Artist Profile Leah Salomaa

    April 5th, 2016     by Caeli Mazara     Comments

    In the lead-up to our spring music issue, we reached out to a few young emerging musicians to learn about how they got into their craft and what tips they have for artists just starting out. “Use your voice,” says Leah Salomaa, sitting at the piano on a wintry evening in west Toronto. She is leading the February Gaia Voice workshop, and the night’s songs are focused on the return of light, waking up from hibernation, … READ MORE

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