What brought me to Feminism? Secrets, silence, fear, and heartbreak Have you ever felt your throat dry up, and your heart beat faster and faster and faster as you walk alone on the street? Have you ever heard the legitimacy of your lover’s gender debated? Have you ever been pushed out
In the upcoming series of blog posts WAVAW will be highlighting our work, our challenges and our successes, and what better way to start this series than with a visual illustrating the services provided by WAVAW last year! Keep checking back to read the series of blog posts.
Our deepest condolences to the family, friends and teachers of Amanda Todd. WAVAW had the opportunity to connect with Amanda’s school, teachers and classmates last year when we facilitated our Raise It Up! Youth Program at CABE. The violence Amanda and many other young people today ex
you attended the Vancouver Pride Parade this August like I did you might have noticed a number of t-shirts in the crowd that read, “Gay For A Day.” On the surface, these t-shirts might seem like a gesture of support for the LGBTQ community. But when we stop to think… and I promi