‘My feminism will be intersectional, or it will be bullshit!’

Cover illustration by Ed Appleby

If your feminism is not anti-racist, anti-classist, trans-inclusive, fat-positive, and ableism-challenging, then who is it even for?

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The legacy of Tony Romo

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Tony Romo has been one of, if not, the best Dallas Cowboys quarterback in a very long time.

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Nothing to fear

Photo by Aaron Guillen

“Even though writing a pledge sentence that only takes five seconds to put on paper may seem like a small thing to us, it might mean the world to...

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Vancouver Park Board votes to end cetacean captivity

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“It is just time for us not to have cetaceans in captivity.” – Commissioner John Coupar

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Vancouver unveils new city logo proposals

Logo by Greg Waldock

“They don’t listen when I say a design is ugly, or offensive, or derivative. Or all three.”

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Groom gets cold feet, can’t find any socks

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“I honestly have never heard the term ‘cold-feet’ used in any other context than literally just having not warm feet. Until now, of course.”

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Rainy day cocktails

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To help you enjoy these stormy evenings, I’ve put together a list of rain-inspired cocktails.

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How to take great nudes

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There’s no better way to boost your confidence than taking pictures of your stunning self as naked as the day you were born.

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Adoption should not be a second option

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Why do you have to share a child’s DNA in order to consider them yours?

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Kong returns to glory in Vietnam Era

John Goodman, John C. Reilly, Brie Larson, and Tom Hiddleston in Kong: Skull Island Photo by Chuck Zlotnick Warner Bros Entertainment Inc

Coupled with outstanding cinematography and editing, unique monster designs, and the pessimistic atmosphere of the 1970s, Kong: Skull Island is an absolute treat and well worth the watch.

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A play within a play within a dream

Photo by Caroline Ho

The best-handled part of the play was how deftly it switched between humour and seriousness, with shifts in mood augmented by subtle lighting changes.

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Fifteen months of home-free living in Canada’s most expensive city

Cover by Joel McCarthy

“It’s absolutely mind-boggling how much time I was able to give myself when I didn’t have to work a job to pay Vancouver rents.”

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Nothing to fear

Photo by Aaron Guillen

“Even though writing a pledge sentence that only takes five seconds to put on paper may seem like a small thing to us, it might mean the world to them.”