Tabloids

Holiday Cheer In The Face Of Homophobic Fear

Ron Levy | Posted 12.21.2015 | Canada Living
Ron Levy

Prior to the 1970s, house parties were an essential element of the homosexual social scene. Photographs of these private affairs are rare. The few that are available in archival collections memorialize a history of forced seclusion. One of the most tantalizing photographs I've come across in my research of Canadian LGBT history is of a trio of men attending a Christmas party in 1956. Standing in front of a decorated tree, a young man with a then-stylish pompadour delights in opening his gift while another man, who has his arm around him and another gentleman, looks on.

For the Royals, Kate Topless Is Child's Play

Tim Knight | Posted 11.19.2012 | Canada
Tim Knight

This family's privacy has survived a princely pater familias reputed to have enjoyed rather frequent romps with ladies who were neither his sovereign nor his wife and a promiscuous princess married to the heir to the throne among other things. After such a history, a little blurry bare breastedness, shot from a great distance, really shouldn't qualify to right-thinking people as either "grotesque" or "totally unjustifiable."

Paris, City of Love...or Censorship?

Rachel Ryan | Posted 08.01.2012 | Canada
Rachel Ryan

The French aren't exactly known for their modesty when it comes to gloating about their own country. But they are known for their privacy when it comes to scandalous stories about their politicians. Sorry, did I say "privacy?" I meant "censorship."

The Crucifixion Of Women At The Checkout Line

Vancouver Observer | Jessica Kalbfleisch | Posted 05.31.2012 | Canada Living

By Jessica Kalbfleisch, Vancouver Observer Misogynists rule the tabloids. It doesn't matter where you are: London Drugs, 7-11, Safeway or on the B....