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“What are we so afraid of?” Some Ontario residents are for — and against — the province’s new sexual education curriculum
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“What are we so afraid of?” Some Ontario residents are for — and against — the province’s new sexual education curriculum

The last time Ontario’s sex education was updated was in 1998. Now in 2015, the current revisions will finally give students the tools they need to develop healthy sexual experiences and relationships in this province. BY: MELISSA MYERS “Hands off our children!” A crowd of up to 300 people stands on the front lawn at … Continue reading

CORRECTION: Review of Julia Serano’s “Excluded: making feminist and queer movements more inclusive”
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CORRECTION: Review of Julia Serano’s “Excluded: making feminist and queer movements more inclusive”

A reader recently pointed out an error in a review of Julia Serano’s book Excluded: making feminist and queer movements more inclusive. In the Spring 2014 issue, McClung’s mistakenly refers to “a sign outside of the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival reads ‘womyn born womyn only’…” The festival did not have a sign outside outlining their … Continue reading

Apply today: McClung’s Magazine is looking for two new Co-Editors-In-Chief
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Apply today: McClung’s Magazine is looking for two new Co-Editors-In-Chief

McClung’s Magazine is looking for a new pair of Co-Editors-In Chief for the 2015-2016 year. If you are interested, we encourage you to apply. The new editors will be picked by end of April. The job is challenging, but incredibly rewarding. We are looking for two strong candidates, preferably in their senior year of journalism … Continue reading

Ryerson review of sexual assault complaints may result in new policy
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Ryerson review of sexual assault complaints may result in new policy

On a chilly winter morning, Ryerson University’s campus is dark and silent. First-year criminology student Elizabeth Plukhovska decided to take a shortcut to class and ducked into Kerr Hall to escape the cold. As she walked through the empty halls, she allowed herself a moment to hope that nothing happens to her. “That’s the most … Continue reading