Tag: gender expression
We should accept everyone’s declared sex and gender for two reasons. The ideal idea that anyone’s biology is defined at conception is deeply flawed and in Canada’s legal system the recognition of the sex or gender of others as different than at conception causes no negative consequence on anyone.
People are asking me about the advocacy that led to being honoured with the being awarded the Meritorious Service Medal by the Governor General in the name of the Queen and all Canadians. These two short docs by award-winning filmmaker Christine Lord tell the story of the events between 2014 and 2016 that led to […]
The only province without one since the BC Liberal Government disbanded it in 2002, BC is preparing to re-instate its Human Rights Commission. Here is what Morgane Oger, a BC human rights activist, would like to see.