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Author: Dallas Barnes

Pride: Behind Enemy Lines

posted Thursday, June 23, 2016

by: in Featured, Feminism

So here we are, yet again. Brush of your beads, find your rainbow knee-high socks, and maybe purchase a tutu – folks, it is Pride month! This is not an easy year to celebrate due to recent events targeting the LGBT community, however the show will go on. As we happily drink our weight in […]

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JM Frey’s, “The Untold Tale” – A Feminist Fable, Science Fiction Style

posted Saturday, March 5, 2016

by: in Feminism

When Pip, badly beaten and left for dead, enters Forsyth Turn’s world, all things Forsyth knows as true are no longer. This tale of both fantasy and reality synthesizes together in a narrative about an unlikely hero, and his quest to be more than a ‘secondary character’. J.M. Frey, a Canadian award-winning science fiction and […]

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When ‘Acceptance’ Isn’t Enough: Alberta MP Joan Crockatt has it all wrong.

posted Friday, September 25, 2015

by: in Feminism

Unless you have been living under a rock, or you are one of those who ‘just don’t care’, election season is upon us. For most of us in the queer community, the decision is easy – anything but Harper. And for those that will vote to continue the Harper regime, I will remind you of […]

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Alberta Becomes A Leader In Gender And Queer Representation

posted Tuesday, June 16, 2015

by: in Feminism

Recently, history was made as the Conservative Capital of Canada became the Progressive Paramount of Harper’s regime. Rachel Notley, NDP Leader and NDP Royalty  made global headlines by wiping out the Progressive Conservative’s 44 year reign in the Wild Rose Province by becoming Premier. Along with her win, PC MLA’s were evicted in quick succession, making room […]

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Let’s reconnect our community

posted Sunday, April 12, 2015

by: in Feminism

Last night I volunteered for a really fabulous queer event here in Calgary. When you think of Calgary, you may not think ‘Canadian queer central’, and compared to cities like Vancouver and Toronto it isn’t. What it does have that I find many larger cities lack, is a sense of cohesiveness and camaraderie that seems […]

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Men’s Rights Groups Have Got It Wrong

posted Sunday, March 15, 2015

by: in Feminism

So, my Facebook page doesn’t see a lot of action from others, only posts from yours truly, usually proudly proclaiming my love of my new found singlehood, or perhaps showcasing the talents of any writer on Autostraddle.com. Well, to my astonishment (and perhaps deepest desire), posting an article on Men’s Rights Organization CAFE’s latest billboard […]

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Politics and Sexism: Not Much Has Changed

posted Wednesday, February 11, 2015

by: in Feminism

I was recently perusing through my Facebook feed and I came across this article, No Excuses: Why women need to step up. It is, of course, nothing new to read pieces that tell women why they just simply need to buck up and suck it up when attempting to attain equality, but in lieu of recent […]

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We Are All Feminists

posted Monday, January 12, 2015

by: in Feminism

Hello, and welcome to my blog! I am the newest contributor to PinkPlaysMags and am super excited to contribute my general ramblings on all things feminism. Tonight, as I honour my three year tradition of skimming through Facebook instead of falling asleep at a decent hour, I click on the headline “Kylie Jenner Boob Job: […]

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