Issue 5: Fall 2005
Forget boob jobs and Botox. These days, the pressure to be perfect is hitting many women below the belt.
Playing dress-up for a living might sound like fun, but as Dallas Curow discovers, working as an impersonator can really mess with your head.
Why did McGill students seeking "the right to pee and shit in peace" have such a hard time finding relief?
Letter from the Editors
News Flash Head of the class
Activist Report Shalom-Salam
Woman on the Job Veterinarian
The In-Group Sketch
Stir it Up The skinny on dieting
Making Her Mark Trey Anthony
Advice How do I tell my folks I'm queer?
Body Politics It's time for Plan B
And In This Corner... Feelin' plucky?
Mix Tape Graph Nobel
Comic Poverty High