Interviews

Suzzan Blac on art, trauma, and child exploitation

Suzzan Blac began painting as a kind of therapy, to express the intense emotions and process the trauma she couldn’t communicate in words. Rae Story speaks with her about her work, the sex trade, and the normalization of child exploitation.

Why algorithms aren’t working for women

Algorithms are everywhere. They’re the unnoticed mechanisms that determine everything from the temperature in your office, to the content of your Facebook feed, to the information Google shows you in search results.…

Interview: Meghan Murphy on the liberal backlash against feminism

This interview was conducted and translated into French by Francine Sporenda for the website, Révolution Féministe. It has been edited for clarity and length. Francine Sporenda: What are your thoughts on French Parliament’s…

Angela Marie MacDougall: Taking a stand & standing in her power

Angela Marie MacDougall is a long-time anti-violence worker, the Director of Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support Services, and a Remarkable Women award winner in 2014.  Jess: How did you get involved in the…