Why are we still making shows about stalking women in 2019? Isn’t the narrative that females need saving getting old and tired?
Students in Ryerson’s school of fashion collaborated with Consent Comes First (CCF) on Thursday night to show an aging industry just how fashion shows can be done in the #MeToo era.
A- isn’t a perfect score, but it’s considered Canada’s best.
Last week, Our Turn, a student-led advocacy group assigned grades to Canadian schools based on how they each deal with sexual harassment. With a A-, Ryerson came out on top.
Canadian actresses Sarah Polley and Larissa Gomes are just two of many women who have brought forward allegations of sexual harassment and assault at the hands of now-infamous producer Harvey Weinstein. But A-list stars are not the only ones sharing their stories.
A few weeks ago, a 26-year-old Toronto woman came forward about being allegedly sexually assaulted inside Drake One Fifty, a bar in the financial district. She said that a man…