misogyny

What’s in a word?

I’ve been called pretty much every name in the book, but the only thing that ever really got to me was being called a misogynist.Continue...

Sign starts debate on campus sexism

The sign that hung from a house in the Student Ghetto during frosh week which read “Dads: Winter isn’t the only thing coming” was undoubtedly misogynistic and therefore inappropriate. The fact that a group of people thought it would be acceptable to display the sign proves we have a long way to go as a university when it comes to gender and sex.Continue...

Women don’t have to be made of ‘sugar, and spice, and everything nice’

In a society becoming gradually self-aware of its toxic, gendered expectations of behaviour, it’s time we abolish the women-centred stereotype of ”niceness.”Continue...

Homecoming signage sparks conversation

On Homecoming weekend, photos of bedsheets containing misogynistic messaging were published online. The signs were most likely hung by Queen’s students.Continue...

Misogyny is as much a part of Queen’s culture as Homecoming

This year’s unsanctioned Homecoming celebrations saw the return of a long-held Queen’s tradition: misogynistic and violent bedsheet signage draped from houses in the University District.Continue...

Women’s safety should be a priority—not a luxury

Women shouldn’t have to stay home past dark to stay safe.Continue...

Stop criticizing Olivia Wilde over Harry Styles

Between his androgynous style and ambiguous song lyrics, Harry Styles has always been known as a rule-bender. Recently, however, Styles has gained acclaim for bending a whole new set of rules: those of a younger man dating an older woman.Continue...

University employee who ran misogynistic Facebook page has left Queen’s

The employee who ran the Kings of Queen’s Facebook page, which featured posts targeting Queen’s students and spreading anti-women messages, no longer works at the University.

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Queen’s refuses to provide details about misogynistic Facebook page investigation

Queen’s confirmed on Wednesday it has investigated the misogynistic Facebook page Kings of Queen’s, but declined to provide any further details.Continue...

University owes students answers about misogynistic Facebook page

Queen’s silence regarding a misogynistic Facebook page run by one of its employees is almost as hurtful to students as the page’s contents.Continue...

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