It started years ago in High School which for me was a time of freedom and I hadn't yet disclosed the abuse. It just took one time, it just took one arm stretch and clasp of that pill to begin a journey I had no idea I was in for. We learned about drugs in … Continue reading My Gateway Drug
I am not a medical doctor. I am a woman, who is tired of having her body and voice policed. This is a very very very personal piece. I am shaking just thinking about posting it but that is because I do not want to be filled with hatred from others based on how I … Continue reading I am not the favoured opinion, decision, life course or thought. [TW:Abortion]
We live in a world where each day we are forever changing into products of our thoughts, choices, actions and lived experience. We are challenged every moment to hold our existence accountable to this world. A world which cannot hold itself accountable to us. To fight the madness everyday would drive each of our souls to hide and become dark shades of matter that don't live to exist. We instead must find ways to challenge the world everyday we open the door to allow this world to change, mould and morph us into beings we are proud of. How we fight this in our day to day lives is a clear distinction of our abilities as human beings and our character.
A group for women to come together to empower, build, inspire, support and stand with one another. This group is for those with open minds and hearts and we will not discriminate against anyone. All women are safe to express who they are be it a cis, trans, gender fluid or gender expression. You can: … Continue reading Empowerment Support Group
Connect to your community and help the environment by joining the Humber Arboretum and Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) for a shoreline clean up on Humber's North Campus. Help us to get rid of plastic bags, bottles, cans and other litter along the shore of the Humber River. No registration is required - just bring yourself, your … Continue reading Shoreline Cleanup
The Canadian Centre for Men and Families jointly with the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness proudly invite you to attend our Healing Journeys Conference from October 20th to October 22nd. This conference will bring together survivors, along with professionals, service providers and activists, to discuss improvement in services and advocacy for male victims of violence, … Continue reading Healing Journeys: Violence and Trauma Conference
This year I came to the realization that my Student Government is only providing 60% coverage. I do not personally use Birth Control but fully support the many reasons why women do. That being said when I found this out I was very taken back and concerned. A huge ethical dilemma presented itself....how can we … Continue reading From 60% – 100% Coverage for Birth Control for Humber/GH Students
I am proud and honoured to know this man. His name is Christopher Karas. He is leading the way for (MSM) men who have sex with men and women who have sex with men who have had sex with other men who want to donate blood. Karas is a young activist hoping to put the … Continue reading #ENDMSMBloodBan
All I have to say is that as a student and previous VP I am very concerned with the fact that we have enough money for a neon sign...but for some reason cannot help students out in financial need. The following is the email exchange between myself and IGNITE. I think all students should be … Continue reading Dear Ignite, I needed financial help not Gift Card.
I plan on writing out my thoughts in the form of Facebook Notes. Feel free to follow and read. They are coming from a place of compassion and a fierce fight for change. Enjoy. https://www.facebook.com/notes/mikki-decker/to-ignite-a-lesson-on-consent/10153901223958603 I am going to add all the screen shots of the FROSH VIDEO I do have. Please do notify me … Continue reading To Ignite — A lesson on Consent