CityinThree

Politics

Cannabis Has Officially Been Legalized Nationwide In Canada

After speculation, rumors, and quite the intense wait, cannabis has officially been legalized in Canada. As of October 17th at 12 AM, recreational cannabis was officially being sold through online governmental dispensaries while on the morning of the 17th, doors to dispensaries all across the country were opened. The legislation, known as the Cannabis Act, …

Cannabis Has Officially Been Legalized Nationwide In CanadaRead More »

PSA To Everyone: No, Black Women Are Not Your Superheroes

Yes, that’s right! Say it with me: BLACK WOMEN ARE NOT YOUR SUPERHEROES. This may sound like a stupid statement but it seems like that is something a lot of people don’t understand. As a black woman living in this racist and misogynist world, it gets overwhelming trying to navigate through things such as micro-aggressions …

PSA To Everyone: No, Black Women Are Not Your SuperheroesRead More »

10 Basic Ground Rules You Should Know Before Contacting a Sex Worker

Here are 10 basic ground rules you should know BEFORE contacting a sex worker. You’d think some of these would be common sense, but apparently that isn’t the case. In this article, I am going to spell it out for those veterans still making mistakes and for those new folks just getting into this luxury …

10 Basic Ground Rules You Should Know Before Contacting a Sex WorkerRead More »

Saved by the “Bell”: Why #BellLetsTalk Redirects Where the Conversation Regarding Mental Health Should Go

Every January, people across several different social media platforms come together to tweet, post, and share the hashtag #BellLetsTalk with the intent of supporting and fostering the vital conversations that surround mental health. And while it is endearing to read the stories of others and come together as an online community, the hashtag and other …

Saved by the “Bell”: Why #BellLetsTalk Redirects Where the Conversation Regarding Mental Health Should GoRead More »

Breaking the Cycle: Beyoncé Talks Toxic Masculinity in Vogue’s September Issue

One thing that I have always admired about Beyoncé Knowles is that she interviews rarely, saving her words and invaluable voice for thoughtful and insightful sit-downs where there is the most to gain from a vulnerability typically reserved for her music. To me, this careful control of her own narrative is a loud and unapologetic …

Breaking the Cycle: Beyoncé Talks Toxic Masculinity in Vogue’s September IssueRead More »

What Cardi B’s Stunning “I Like It” Video Represents for Afro-Latinas Everywhere

Looks like our very favourite regular, degular, shmegular girl from the Bronx is back with more visuals to accompany her chart topping debut album Invasion of Privacy. Just recently, the hip hop mogul gave us the gift of a striking, boldly colourful new video for her new bilingual single “I like it”. If you haven’t seen it yet, watch …

What Cardi B’s Stunning “I Like It” Video Represents for Afro-Latinas EverywhereRead More »