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Shifting perspectives and behaviour

May is Sexualized Assault Prevention month in Canada. Across the country campaigns are organized in the effort to end sexualized violence in Canada.Here at home, the Yukon continues to have a disproportionately high rate of...

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Learning, Living and Loving

Jess and Brady are happily married. Their love story began like many others – they got to know each other while working shifts together at the local movie theatre and feelings blossomed as they started spending more and more...

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Questioning the World

Harlan Pruden and Marney Paradis are PhD program at UBC. Pruden gave a talk to a group ofpeers – including Marney – after class once.As Pruden describe it, upon hearing the presentation, Paradis’s mind was blown.Two-Spirit...

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The Twelfth Night, Lumbersexualized

Attention all lovers, poets and dreamers: this holiday season The Bard is returning to the Whitehorse stage.The Guild Hall will launch its second show of the season on Nov. 26 with Shakespeare’s classic comedy Twelfth Night, Or...

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Dispelling Myths

I saw a recent posting online that used statistics to dispel myths about the gay community. It was an interesting collection of data.OKTrends compiles data from OKCupid, an online dating site. This gives OKTrends a huge database...

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Pride Week Celebrated in Film

The queer community in the Yukon is full of creative and innovative people doing interesting projects in the areas of the arts and business.One of our local lesbians is a filmmaker named Heidy Enka, who has written and directed...

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Youth Bullying Must Stop

There has been a YouTube video going around lately with Ellen DeGeneres pleading to end intolerance after a spate of young gay people committed suicide.Even in this day and age of greater tolerance towards all minorities, and...

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