A summer in Italy that no one can forget once they’ve experienced it. The film adaptation of André Aciman’s novel “Call Me By Your Name” is one that draws you in with its stunning visuals, and then traps you in the compelling story it tells … Continue reading What Makes “Call Me By Your Name” so Significant?
I originally wrote this post for The New Quarterly after working there for a short period of time last year. I wanted to share it here and explain my past experience in the world of journalism and Canadian Literature. Please feel free to see the … Continue reading An Inside Look at TNQ
Llewellyn Robinson is a former leader of the Safe Spaces group at Resurrection Catholic Secondary School (RCSS) in Kitchener. They have been an active voice for the LGBTQ+ community in their region, and have spoken on several panels to educate about the community, in particular … Continue reading A sit down with Llewellyn Robinson: A Safe Space for All
Despite Bill 13 (Accepting Schools Act) being passed into Ontario Legislature in 2012, the ongoing struggle in Ontario Catholic School Boards to create and allow Gay/Straight Alliances (GSA) in schools continues to be an issue. Even when these groups are created in schools, they can … Continue reading Struggling for a Spotlight
Why do we expect ourselves to know ourselves on a constant basis? In our world, from a young age, we are expected to acknowledge who we are and then conform to this static image that has been built for us from other people’s perceptions of … Continue reading Coming to Terms with Yourself