“It benefits everyone when women don’t have to hear derogatory jokes about themselves and the uglier parts of their upbringing so casually and callously dropped.”
Articles by: Linsey Raschkowan
Sunlight streams into a tiny apartment on Jarvis Street. Small, furry cat toys litter the floor. On a grey loveseat, a chubby, orange cat sleeps. His name is Chandler and he’s a service cat.
“You don’t realize it because it’s very subconscious,” said Melissa Sorokolit, Chandler’s owner. “But animals are very intuitive with how you’re feeling.”