Search results for: travel

Opinions & Features

The naked truth about travelling south

October, 2010

Travelling to the United States got a whole lot more interesting this year.

Read More >
Lifestyle

Wedding Destinations

FOR THE LOVE OF TRAVEL

May, 2016

Whether you are in love or looking for love or love to travel, love in the end is all you need. Well, maybe. When people are in love, they want to see the world, hold hands while walking the Champs-Élysées, sit side by side in front of the Taj Mahal. People in love love to […]

Read More >
219-34-unique-winnipeg-jobs- Opinions

YWG Unique Winnipeg jobs

May, 2016

This city already has a rich array of quirky and inspired landmarks, but some interesting signature sites have popped up in Winnipeg over the last few years. Their structures and what they house have our imaginations spurred. Behind each is the potential for a unique or quintessential Winnipeg job. Or, one would assume, there are jobs relating […]

Read More >
News

April 19 news briefs

What's up in the queer community this week

March, 2016

Local 2-spirited indigenous people: opening up the conversation A welcoming-in ceremony for the LGBT — or two-spirited — relatives in our community is one of the more powerful memories I have of being at a Manitoba Sundance last year.   Read the full story at CBC. Steinbach-area mom threatened after request for more LGBT openness in school […]

Read More >
Dog-Supporting-Advertisers Spotlight

Advertisers March 2016

Support those who support OutWords

March, 2016

Read More >
Dog-Supporting-Advertisers Spotlight

Advertisers May 2016

Support those who support OutWords

May, 2016

     

Read More >
219-38-in-the-closet-2 Fashion

In the Closet

May, 2016

Winnipeg poet Mona Moussa, an out and proud queer woman of colour, laughs at the irony of getting in the closet for OutWords. “I have way too much clothing and I’m always like, ‘I don’t know what to wear,’” says Moussa. She managed to pull together a few outfits to show off. Moussa is frequently touring, […]

Read More >
News

News

you might have missed

May, 2016

A QUEER TEST OTTAWA, ON – A group of Carleton University students is asking for an apology from their administration for a fifty-year-old test sponsored by the Government of Canada. In 1961, at the height of the Cold War, the Canadian government asked Carleton University to devise a scientific test to determine whether a person was […]

Read More >
News

March 29 news briefs

What's up in the queer community

March, 2016

National Sherbourne Health Centre to expand trans care Sherbourne Health Centre is expanding the way it will deliver care to trans patients.   Read the full story at DailyXtra. How Rob Ford renewed LGBT activism in Toronto “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”   Read […]

Read More >
Screen Shot 2016-02-17 at 10.21.01 AM News

Trans stories from Winnipeg

Blogger tells the stories of young trans men

October, 2015

My Identity Winnipeg, a blog by Riley Chervinski, takes a look at the stories of young trans men in Winnipeg. “I didn’t really know what I wanted to get out of it,” said Chervinski about starting the project. Initially, she was looking for traditional transition stories, but during her first interview, she realized there were […]

Read More >