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The Other Side of “Irish Eyes”

Brian Mulroney abroad and at home

The Ramble

Memories from the PMO

Vintage Years

Two political memoirs

Carly Lewis

Carly Lewis is a writer living in Toronto. Her work has appeared in New York magazine, The Guardian, The Atlantic, Maclean’s, and The Walrus. She is a regular contributor to The Globe and Mail.

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The Empathy Paradox: What #MeToo Misses

What even a post-Weinstein conversation is not saying about sexual assault November 2017
In a now-infamous 1991 Newsday essay, Camille Paglia wrote that feminism “has put young women in danger by hiding the truth about sex from them.”  “In dramatizing the pervasiveness of rape,” Paglia argued, “feminists have told young women that before they have sex with a man, they must give consent as explicit as a legal…