The Newest Battlefield Game Wasted a Great Opportunity: Opinion

As late as I am to the party, it still remains to me that Electronic Arts’ (EA) new title Battlefield V–at least from how it’s depicted in its first trailer–is going to be absolute trash. For those unfamiliar with the trailer in question, watch it here. How the Western Front was depicted in the official release trailer was…

Marry the Rapist: The Repulsive Laws of Lebanon

In the event a legal marriage is concluded between the person who committed [crimes including rape, kidnapping and statutory rape] and the victim, prosecution shall be stopped and in case a decision is rendered, the execution of such decision shall be suspended against the person who was subject to it. – Article 522 of the…

Opinion: Where is the Women’s March Now?

I had the privilege of joining an estimated 100 000 people at the Women’s March in London on January 21, 2017. I got off at Marble Arch tube station to walk over to the U.S. Embassy and was immediately greeted by a trail of pussy hats and placards. I followed, tucking my google maps away….

The Eight-Year Wait For A Raise

July 24, 2009. 4.5 million workers across 31 states were greeted with an increase in the federal minimum wage to $7.25/hour. Signed by former President George W. Bush as part of the Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007, it created $1.6 billion of increased wages for these families at a time in which the entire…

The Lack of a Female Voice, and why it’s so important.

Following the 2015 Federal Election in Canada, we had a record number of 88 women being elected to the House of Commons, 54 of them being elected for the very first time. While this is an excellent number, and record-breaking, only 26% of the seats in the House of Commons are filled by women. Following…