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  • Allyson Mitchell has created an alternate world, a towering female community in the woods. “Lady Sasquatch is your dream girl, only bigger and hairier – and she might eat you if you don’t look out.” | photo: Cat O’Neil

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    the artsLadies Sasquatch cross Canada!

    by Jude MacDonald | April 9, 2009

    From Hamilton to Winnipeg to Lethbridge to Peterborough, Allyson Mitchell’s monstrous entourage does its bit for the Deep Lez cause. Her ladies display what has been described as a feral sexuality, one blending feminist theory with fun fur you want to pet. Who wouldn’t want to join them?  read more

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  • December 21: winter solstice celebration

    by Pat Hacker

    ’Tis the season! Unless yours is a lunar one, you might not find it in your calendar. The winter solstice, the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, or the beginning of winter to some, goes back to ancient times. Women who honour the cycles and rhythms of mother earth celebrate this and the Yule season with ancient symbols of rebirth and the promise of a new cycle of life. read more