Check out this wicked event we’re sponsoring! Everyone should come out! Donations will be going to the Peel Committee Against Woman Abuse and the Merge Counselling RIOT NOT QUIET! is a group dedicated to social change at a grass roots level. RIOT NOT QUIET! is determined to advocate, raise awareness, and fight for the injustices and … Read more
By Hilary Caton The saga tells a story of how a simple 17 year-old girl falls in love with the impossible: a vampire. And so begins the tale of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, two teenagers (at least Edward still looks like a teen) who fall hard and fast in love with one another. The … Read more
By: Marlee Kostiner The notion of celebrity has always intrigued me. They receive so much in return for being beautiful and talented. Money. Fame. Gifts. Attention. They are in a position that is so sought after and so revered. People actually care what celebrities do on a daily basis and will go to surprising lengths … Read more
Hey everyone! Check out this wicked event today put on by Ryerson’s Women’s Centre: Trans Day of Remembrance is a day for us to remember all of the people who have been killed as a result of anti-transgender hatred and violence. Often times, the deaths of trans people go largely ignored by the general public. … Read more
By: Dominique Lamberton We’ve all been given celebratory cards and gifts for birthdays, graduations and anniversaries, but have you ever been given a little something for being as ‘drunk as a skunk’ or ‘doing it like rabbits’? Lee Meszaros believes people should be rewarded for these accomplishments in addition to the generic, run of the mill … Read more
By: Arti Patel “Daddy, how come I don’t have good hair?” This was the question that inspired actor Chris Rock to release the documentary Good Hair. The documentary takes a deeper look into the hair product industry aimed at African-American women and how these woman are constantly being pressured to have “good hair.” Rock interviews major industry women … Read more
Some photos of our scrumptious baked goods our awesome volunteers made. Thanks everyone!
Welcome to McClung’s 2.0! Thanks to our assistant art director, Ruth Claire Cagara, who whipped this design together, we are ecstatic to launch our revamped website. We hope you enjoy the new design and keep coming back for more and more feminist news.