Luke and Sebastien are joined by Robyn to discuss misogyny in the tech industry. Across Canada's high tech firm the impact of the 'Google' memo are being felt as tech firms grapple with diversity in the limelight.
Have you ever thought about needing to practice talking? Well, that's one idea in this week's show. We discuss with Matt Schaff of OCTEVAW and Deb Conners of Men & Feminisms the what role men play in feminism, and what role feminism plays with men.
Taking inspiration from an event at the National Arts Center which saw the Queer Songbook Orchestra invite Carole Pope, Beverly Glenn Copeland and Lorraine Segato (Parachute Club) perform some of their greatest hits. The event, and the conversation on the show ties around songs with meaning, within and by the queer community.
Luke Smith is joined by Amanda Ryan of Gender Mosaic, one of the activists most at the heart of the battle to get Bill C 16 passed. Having recently come into law, Luke and Amanda discuss the long journey it took for Trans rights to finally be recognized.
Description: CanQueer's Luke takes the opportunity to interview Katie Sage the mastermind behind 'In Rainbows' a radio show broadcast out of CFUV-FM. Before the interview Luke and Jake discusses some big international news, and afterwards talks about some of the biggest Canadian news stories.
Host(s): Luke Smith
Featured Speakers/Guests: Katie Sage