Kirsty Duncan is considering quotas to ensure women land top research posts. Is the Trudeau government on board?
If it was nothing more than a photo-op, the ballyhooed White House meeting goes down as another example of female exploitation
April 21st, 2017 4 comments
Women of power, influence and—yes—privilege gathered recently in Manhattan. As Anne Kingston writes, their show of strength could not be more timely.
In her first post-election interview, Clinton gave insight into Vladimir Putin, Bashar al-Assad—and her own ‘devastating’ loss to Trump
April 7th, 2017 21 comments
The PM stuck to familiar notes during his appearance at the Women in the World Summit, but it was music to the ears of his audience
April 6th, 2017 5 comments
From Mike Pence’s relationship with his wife to Trump’s job for his daughter, there’s a problem with how the White House sees women
March 31st, 2017 8 comments
Results from a key Canadian study into venoplasty for MS appear to have been prematurely released, leaving questions
March 14th, 2017 12 comments
It’s Grégoire Trudeau’s prerogative to play the good wife in need of male affirmation—just as it’s women’s prerogative to assail her for it
March 8th, 2017 39 comments
A Q&A with Stephen Marche on why men’s gender issues have helped lead to Donald Trump’s presidency—and what’s wrong with how we discuss the topic
Anne Kingston talks gender and relationships with writer Stephen Marche
It’s so cringe-inducing, it begs to be shared. For Leitch’s purposes, that’s all that matters.
February 28th, 2017 12 comments