How Inequalities Perpetuate AIDS and COVID

04/21/2023 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor At the 24th International AIDS Conference held in Montreal last summer, a lot of thought went into describing how inequality perpetuates AIDS. But the coronavirus and monkeypox were also on the agenda as scientists, activists and UN agency workers alike struggle to fight […] See more

Confessions of a Normal Woman

01/27/2023 The Social Eyes 0

By Lewis Gagnon Éloïse Marseille, 26, has no filter as she shares her sexual education in her first comic strip book, Confessions d’une femme normale (Confessions of a Normal Woman). If you’re looking for a story full of humor, lessons and self-reflection, I urge you […] 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

I Vote for Sex Ed

12/14/2021 The Social Eyes 0

 Opinion Letter – #metoo In July of 2020, a new wave of denunciations of sexual assault, harassment and sexual violence created a storm on Québec social media. By Noémie-Jade Fisher-Chonière, age 20 After the “aggression non dénoncée,” “yes all women,”  “stop culture du viol,” and […] See more