Equality means equality for everyone.
We have a significant event coming up this Sunday, September 24, 2017 in Edmonton. Click here to see a sneak peek on YouTube Join us at September 24th in Edmonton from 1:30-4PM at the Idyllwild Library at 8310 88 Ave NW (next to Bonnie Doon Mall) and watch the taping of Dan Mason for Canadian
I recently came across a Global News article, “Edmonton Wildcats speak out against gender-based violence.” Reading it, I realized I would have agreed with the article until a couple years ago (when I started researching Domestic Abuse). This article states that Domestic Abuse is a gendered-issue. Considering how Domestic Abuse stereotypes are so ubiquitous in
I was walking along Whyte Avenue, and was frustrated to see so many casual advertisements for the SCUM Manifesto. Valerie Solanas wrote the S.C.U.M. Manifesto in 1967, and it’s basically a monologue that is often presented via theatre. The S.C.U.M. Manifesto was advertised as a theatre event during the recent Fringe Festival. Click here for
We had a few requests at our last event on how to help with the important issues. Everybody has something to give and talents to lend! You can donate for a tax deductible receipt through our national website. Please earmark the donation for Edmonton by checking the “I would like to designate this donation to
On June 24, 2017, CAFE Calgary’s She For He panel discussion was professionally moderated by the popular QR 77 talk radio personality Danielle Smith, and it was a BIG success! The four women panelists were wonderful supporters of men, children & families: Monique from CAFE Calgary, Donna Gee – a local family lawyer, Karen Straughan