Writing

May 8, 2014: Excusing abominable leadership isn’t just a City Hall problem, Toronto Star

May 6, 2014: “Revenge porn” needs its own bill, cross-posted at Huffington Post

November 8, 2013: Rob Ford and Toxic Masculinity, cross-posted at Huffington Post, Rabble.ca and iVillage Canada

October 3, 2013: Let’s call trolling what it really is: Hate speech, Huffington Post Canada

July 11, 2013: Men’s rights don’t include blaming women for rape, Huffington Post Canada

July 10, 2013: Infuriating things people say to women musicians, Huffington Post Canada

June 12, 2013: Vacation at your own risk. Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

May 30, 2013: Content moderation, #FBrape, and compassion for the user. Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

May 15, 2013: Who pays for lifelong learning? Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

May 10, 2013: Bringing our germs to the office. Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

May 6, 2013: What are your tweets and posts worth? Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

May 2, 2013: Search for unpaid “sex intern” unfortunately not a parody of unpaid internships. Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

April 24, 2013: Designing women: What difference do you make? Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

April 18, 2013: Temporary work visas and offshoring in IT: So much for a knowledge economy. Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

April 16, 2013: RBC/iGate: Don’t hate the player, hate the game. Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

April 11, 2013: We owe it to Rehtaeh Parsons to stop revenge porn. Blog post for Canada.com

March 28, 2013: The internification of entry-level work. Blog post for Canadian Media Guild

February 6, 2013: Why some Twitter battles are worth fighting. Blog post for Canada.com

January 3, 2013: The Brazman’s brush with death online. Blog post for Canada.com

October 18, 2012: Creepshots, Amanda Todd, and the closing gap between online and offline identities. Blog post for Canada.com

July 25, 2012: More women needed in the gaming sector. Blog post for CareerMash

July 13, 2012: Stephanie Guthrie on challenging online misogyny. Guest post for Shameless Magazine