How Big Changes Make simple Tasks Difficult

Sitting down and writing something of substance is something I have not done since I graduated from university. Looking back on it now, I envy how student Geleena could roll up her sleeves and get shit done—starting a 2000 word essay the day before it’s due? Easy. Writing a blog post that is maybe 500 […]

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Our Love Stories Deserve A Happy Ending Too

I have found that some of my favourite films are the ones that I wish I could have written myself. They’re the ones that make me immediately want to run to my laptop, open up a new document, and find the bravery to put my ideas out into the world. These films have inspired me […]

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Why it Took me so Long to Realize that I’m Actually a Lesbian

Barbie and Ken. Tarzan and Jane. I mean, even the Grinch had a hetero love story with Martha Mae Whovier. Media representation and my personal socialization impacted me to believe that I would also have a hetero love story. Turns out, I don’t love being hetero at all. Quite the opposite, in fact. But we […]

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Happy PRIDE Month and National indigenous History Month!

We are very excited to be celebrating Pride Month and National Indigenous History Month this June! Alternating each week, we’re featuring a blog from a guest writer either about their experience as an Indigenous person or as a member of the LGBTQ+ community. National Indigenous History Month celebrates and acknowledges Indigenous history across Canada. Residential […]

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What To Do When There’s Nothing To Do

Before I start, I just want to say this isn’t about the pandemic (I think everyone has had enough of that topic). As a recent college graduate, this has been my first full year of being an “adult,” with a grown up job and responsibilities – you know, the exciting stuff. I’m sure anyone will […]

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