• In the Blog

    Passing the Test: Girls, Autism, and Stereotypes

    November 23rd, 2020     by Lucinda Thee     Comments

    Many autistic girls receive a late diagnosis, and some may not even be diagnosed at all. But misdiagnosis is just the beginning; stereotypes about autism erase autistic girls’ and women’s experiences and perpetuate stigma. READ MORE

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    A Brief History of Drag: From 618 A.D to COVID-19

    November 14th, 2020     by Maighdlin Mahoney     Comments

    “Drag is something that people have been doing in their bedrooms forever,” says Holliday, and now more than ever performers and audiences can engage with drag even when they’re isolated. READ MORE

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    To Those Who Have Painted My World Orange

    October 12th, 2020     by Ruby Condon     Comments

    A love letter for pandemic times. READ MORE

  • Announcements

    DEADLINE EXTENDED: THE 2ND TALKING BACK FEMINIST MEDIA CONFERENCE: CALL FOR PROPOSALS

    October 5th, 2020     by Team Shameless     Comments

    Shameless is thrilled to announce we will host the our second annual Talking Back Feminist Media Conference online on March 13-14, 2020. This conference is funded by the Toronto Arts Council. Call for proposals - no prior experience required! READ MORE

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    The Long History of Defunding the Police

    September 24th, 2020     by Maighdlin Mahoney     Comments

    Over the last few months, we’ve been hearing the call to defund the police more and more. In fact, defunding the police is really only one piece in a decades old (even centuries old) movement to get rid of police and prisons entirely – this movement is called prison abolition. Read on to learn more about the history of prison abolition and how you can get involved! READ MORE

  • Announcements

    Announcing the 2020 Talking Back Feminist Media Conference & Call for Steering Committee Members!

    September 8th, 2020     by Team Shameless     Comments

    It’s time to get excited! Shameless is thrilled to announce we will host the our second annual Talking Back Feminist Media Conference online this fall. Save the date! This virtual conference will be held on November 21st and 22nd, 2020. READ MORE

  • In the Blog

    The Problem With Detox Talk: How to Build a Self Caring Yoga Practice During Quarantine

    August 23rd, 2020     by Victoria Sagardía Calderón     Comments

    “Since quarantine began, a wide range of yogis – from popular influencers to local yoga teachers – have persistently argued for the importance of keeping or creating a yoga practice to handle stress levels during quarantine. Many of these teachers, however, also started to market from a weight loss perspective, and sport slogans like “lose the quarantine 15.” This, combined with the indirect messaging of what a yoga body “should” look like (online yoga accounts often show just one type of body: thin, white, and clad in expensive yoga wear), very quickly turned into a conversation about how yoga could make you into a superhero mermaid with a six-pack.” READ MORE

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    Banding Together Through Mutual Aid

    August 21st, 2020     by Ainsley Lawrence     Comments

    “Ironically, as social isolation is encouraged for the sake of public health, it is small, united groups of people that may ultimately thrive.” READ MORE

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    Five Black Writers You Should Know

    August 18th, 2020     by Team Shameless     Comments

    In the spirit of continuing to highlight Black voices and perspectives, the Shameless team has compiled some of our favourite pieces written by Black authors over the past few months. Here are five Black writers we think you should know. READ MORE

  • Announcements

    Pandemic Shipping Restart

    May 25th, 2020     by Team Shameless     Comments

    Hello Shameless readers! I hope you’re all keeping as safe and healthy as you can through this global pandemic. Me, I’m hanging in there. I am tired and worried and the most ordinary, everyday tasks like grocery shopping take hours and sap me of more energy than I thought possible, but I have a place to live and an okay income. I do what I can to help those who can’t leave the house or have … READ MORE