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Welcome to the Valentine's Day issue
FEB 14, 2013 | BY THE NEWSPAPER ADMIN
Photos by BRENDAN GEORGE-KO
Your guide to our annual Love and Sex edition, full of romance, porn, protests, and personal ads
Opinion: V-day demonstration dances around problems of violence against women
Valentine call to arms confounds problems of violence against women while offering no solutions, writes SARAH BOIVIN
Fighting against colonialism . . . with love
Annual Decolonizing Our Minds conference challenges forms of inequality, reports MANAAL ISMACIL
Love and sex dissected on campus
SEBASTIAN GREENHOLTZ shines a light on recent U of T research examining romance and the erotic
Get a grip: sex toys and female empowerment in the city
Toronto sex shops promote female sexual empowerment ad satisfy women on the grid, says CARISSA AINSLIE
Toronto the Good gone bad
DYLAN HORNBY explains how the former Puritan haven became one of Canada’s most sexually liberated cities
The Debate: porn stars vs construction workers
EMERSON VANDERBERG and SEBASTIAN GREENHOLTZ argue whether or not pornography is inherently more exploitative than other jobs
Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives: keeping our stories alive
World’s largest volunteer-run LGBTQ archives is now hiring, reports ISAAC THORNLEY
Take me to Pompeii where the love is sweet (and phallocentric)
Why were ancient Pompeians obsessed with the penis? asks YUKON DAMOV. (Bonus content—read past the end of the article for a selection of salacious graffiti found on the walls of Pompeii, compiled by DAVID STOKES)
Feminist porn opens up
SINEAD DOHERTY-GRANT and DAVID STOKES talk to a sex prof who says genre may be key to unleashing latent fantasies
the newspaper personals: single staff members seek matches
There's a hole in our heart that only you can fill.
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