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Event Report: ‘Positively Pro-Choice’ at SFU

How do you foster meaningful dialogue with a group that specifically attempts to engage student body members in didactic conversations aimed at guilting and shocking people into anti-choice thought, where they preach and you nod? Quite simply, you don’t. You create your own safe space where you can have actual conversations that raise new points, … Continue reading

Anti-choicers strike: Students and youth respond

Anti-choice activity seems to have been springing up at Canadian schools and campuses from coast to coast in recent months. Pro-choice students and youth, however, have responded passionately and strategically. Earlier this year in May, at the University of Ottawa, Medical Students for Choice (MSFC) came under fire when the Faculty of Medicine and the Medical Students’ Society decided … Continue reading

The Inherent Misogyny of the Abortion-as-Genocide Argument

Originally posted on October 27, 2010 at SRRUBC Today, Jojo Ruba of the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform will be giving a lecture entitled “Echoes of the Holocaust: comparing abortion to other human rights violations”. The Centre for Bioethical Reform is the group that sponsors the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) display–a display that depicts images of … Continue reading