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Language matters to law. Changes in how words are used can impact our ability to know about people’s lives and protect their rights. Protestors gather at the Alberta legislature during a rally for trans rights in Edmonton, Feb. 4, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Amber Bracken

Shifts in how sex and gender identity are defined may alter human rights protections: Canadians deserve to know how and why

Transparent public discussions are needed around how ‘sex,’ ‘gender identity’ and ‘gender expression’ are being defined and given effect in education, law, public policy and beyond.
The South Carolina Gamecocks celebrate after beating the Iowa Hawkeyes to win the 2024 NCAA women’s basketball national championship. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Is this the dawn of a new era in women’s sports?

Sports media has typically operated under a ‘one and done’ model: focus on women’s sports during high-profile events, before returning to routine coverage of men.
Although medical doctors may be the first point of contact for children exploring their gender identity, many other professions can provide gender-affirming care, such as psychologists, social workers, teachers, counsellors and recreational coaches. (Shutterstock)

What is gender-affirming care? A social worker and therapist working with trans people explains

Gender-affirming care assesses psychological, social, medical and surgical options for gender-diverse people.
Connecting with the climate risks that could be faced by future generations could influence support for better policies now. Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock

Women favour climate actions that benefit future generations more than men – new study

Attitudes towards climate policies partly depend on a consideration of future, as yet unborn, descendants. Women tended to show more ability to think about how future generations could benefit.
Corporate diversity efforts have resulted in more women and minorities sitting on boards. Getty Images

What the numbers say about diversity on corporate boards

Since the 1970s, corporate boards have included more women and minorities. But those gains are likely to change after a US Supreme Court ruling and increased conservative resistance.
The increasing visibility of gender transitioning and detransitioning has come with a helping of sensationalization and polarization. (Shutterstock)

Detransition and gender fluidity: Deeper understanding can improve care and acceptance

Gender fluidity and detransition deserve nuanced understanding. Polarization that presents detransitioners as either ‘misinformation’ or victims of ‘gender ideology’ hurts all gender-diverse people.
An illustration from Christine de Pizan’s ‘The Book of the City of Ladies.’ Fine Art Images/Heritage Images via Getty Images

Centuries after Christine de Pizan wrote a book railing against misogyny, Taylor Swift is building her own ‘City of Ladies’

By compiling stories about the accomplishments of women, Christine set out to build an allegorical city where women and their achievements would be safe from sexist insults and slander.
Bringing a diversity of people to the table and giving plenty of opportunities for everyone to have their say is key to ensuring real inclusivity. Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock

White men dominate the environment sector – here’s how to encourage more diverse voices

The environment sector is notoriously dominated by white men. But diverse voices and critical discussions about climate policies are key to making good, inclusive decisions about the future.

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