Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

More focus on trans issues needed

November, 2013

LETTERS My name is Aimee and I’m from Winnipeg and I’m a self-identified queer trans woman. Let me say, as someone who is a part of the trans community, that I really appreciate all of the transgender related content in the July/ August issue. Good job. It’s really very nice and refreshing to see so much exposure; lately transgender issues have been getting in the magazine, especially in that issue. (For simplicity, when I say queer I’m referring to queer sexuality meaning lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, asexual and all other non-straight sexualities).

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor

September, 2013

A FATHER'S STORY PROVIDES INSPIRATION, BUT COVERAGE OF AFRICA FALTERS

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Express Oneself Honestly

May, 2013

BEING YOURSELF Formerly a religionist and now an open-minded rationalist (since 2012), I felt compelled to put fingers to keyboard and contribute some thoughts on the freedom of expression.

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

December, 2012

Misery Does Not Want Company | The Coat Statement Says: Animal Cruelty

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Letters to the Editor

October, 2010

Responses to the September issue

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What we can do about Russian anti-GLBTQ* policies

October, 2013

LETTERS: WHAT TO DO ABOUT RUSSIA Should we boycott Stolichnaya vodka? Should our athletes boycott the Sochi Olympics? GLBTQ* Canadians are grappling with these questions as the media spotlight has focused on Russia and its anti- GLBTQ* policies.

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On Joyce Bateman’s anti-LGBT vote in House of Commons

May, 2013

I am disturbed that an MP who represents the district that encompasses the Rainbow Resource Centre could harbour so much prejudice.

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor

April, 2013

The many faces of bullying | Words of Encouragement

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