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Public conversations about discrimination and inequality often lack the nuance required to move beyond victim-blaming narratives and make constructive change.

We aim to produce solutions-focused journalism that shifts national narratives about the lived experiences of Canadians of all genders, as well as broader conversations around gender and identity. This means producing media content that’s driven by data and highly responsive to the voices of traditionally underrepresented communities.

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Newsletter: Highlighting the diversity and complexity of gender expression across categories and labels

Janelle Monáe’s ‘Dirty Computer’ experience and me

The singer’s new work and tour are fearless and rare in their celebration of queer black femininity.

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Meet Julia-Simone Rutgers, our new guest contributor on gender