Street Harassment: In the Heart of the Action

03/31/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Camille Cusset “The social sanction is strongest. The shame has to switch sides,” says Audrey Simard, community organizer and militant against street harassment, during a round table discussion held by Reflet de Société magazine. This militant doesn’t mince words when she says that street […] See more

The Risks of Street Social Work

03/04/2022 Raymond Viger 0

I’ve disarmed people. I’ve put myself between two people who wanted to take each other’s head off … But that’s not the worst of it. By Raymond Viger  As a street social worker, I’ve said for a long time that in my line of work […] See more

Recycle Less… Recycle Better

02/21/2022 Raymond Viger 0

We’re in an age when we’re all told to recycle and compost. But I think it’s wrong to recycle and compost at all costs. I have another societal project to present to you. By Raymond Viger  A half-century ago, a group of youths used to […] See more

The Revenge of the Mild (Part II)

02/14/2022 The Social Eyes 0

Whether it’s an ode to niceness offered in a rap song or through a play inspired by construction workers, four young men reflect on positive ways to incarnate a new masculinity for future generations. By Maxime Beauregard-Martin Dominique Sacy has fun too – sometimes without […] See more

The Revenge of the Mild (Part I)

01/07/2022 The Social Eyes 0

Whether it’s an ode to niceness offered in a rap song or a play inspired by construction workers, four young men reflect on positive ways to incarnate a new masculinity for future generations. By Maxime Beauregard-Martin Pile up feminine conquests, make lots of money, and […] See more