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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.
Stereotypes often mean people with disabilities are told to wait and delay their engagement in any romantic or sexual experiences. (Shutterstock)

Showing love on Valentine’s Day by embracing disability

Individuals with disabilities frequently confront stereotypes that limit their opportunities to form intimate relationships and have sex.
Contrary to toxic myths and cliché, feminist women are enjoying pleasurable sex lives. (Shutterstock)

Do feminists have better sex? Yes, they do

Research shows that feminist women are more likely to have sex that is more loving and pleasurable.
left to right: Elliott Gould, Natalie Wood, Robert Culp and Dyan Cannon on the poster for the 1969 film ‘Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice’. Movie Poster Image Art/Getty Images

The Ethical Slut has been called ‘the bible’ of non-monogamy – but its sexual utopia is oversimplified

The publication 25 years ago of The Ethical Slut shattered social norms and stigma about non-monogamy. It’s now sold over 200,000 copies – and continues to be important.

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