Issue 6: Spring 2006
Drummer Hannah Blilie and singer Beth Ditto shared their feminist perspectives on the music industry, DIY projects and what keeps them going.
Trailblazing feminist Doris Anderson was an influential editor of Chatelaine magazine from 1957 to 1977, head of the Advisory Council on the Status of Women in the early 1980s and is now on the steering committee of Equal Voice, a non-partisan Canadian or
Sure, saving your pennies is tougher than spending them. But when it comes to cash, it pays to be in control.
It's Just the Prom
You don't have to spend hundreds to have an unforgettable night. Ditch the stuffy old traditions and make prom your own.
Pretty in Parliament
Thanks to the media, we know where they shop, what they wear and who they're dating. Too bad we're talking about politicans, not movie stars.
Letter from the Editors
News Flash Just say no to abstinence-only sex ed
Activist Report Project: Life
Woman on the Job Doula/massage therapist
The In-Group Teach
Making Her Mark Judy Rebick
Body Politics The not-so-little pleasure point
Advice I feel lost without a best friend!
Stir it Up The Dirt on Corporate Organics
And in this corner... Giving fear the finger
Get-Up All tied up
Show + Tell
Geek Chic Love at first byte
Sporting Goods Small wheels, big excitement
DIY Hanging Lamp
Arts The great graffiti debate, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
The Last Word Hysterical
Mix Tape Emily Haines
Comic Poverty High