What’s Current: University of Toronto first among top sugar baby schools in Canada

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  • The University of Toronto was ranked as Canada’s top “sugar baby” institution, having the most women registered on a website that targets older men seeking to date younger women and become “benefactors who help them avoid student debt.”
  • Female job-seekers in China are increasingly being turned away as employers insist on prioritizing men in the midst of a national campaign to encourage women to contribute to a declining birth rate. The percentage of women in the workforce has been declining since 1990.
  • Transgender powerlifter JayCee Cooper is suing USA Powerlifting after the organization prohibited Cooper from competing in the women’s category. Their official policy states that males retain an athletic advantage and that lifting is a “sport of strength” rather than a “sport of skill.”
  • An all-women Indian flight team made history after completing the longest non-stop commercial flight operated by a national airline.
  • American women who lost employment during the pandemic are registering for OnlyFans to sell nude photos, but finding the market is too over-saturated to be profitable. 
  • Women are being trafficked into China from nearby countries and forced into sexual slavery, forced childbirth, and sold as brides due to an imbalanced sex ratio and demand for women resulting from years of female infanticide.
Genevieve Gluck

Genevieve Gluck is a writer and advocate for women's sex-based rights and creator of Women's Voices, an audio library dedicated to bringing awareness to feminist texts and speeches.