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The Twitter police protect Rogers statue. But what about the rest of us?

For The Globe and Mail, I wrote about the Ted Rogers debacle and what it says to victims of online harassment.
“Whether intended or not, the message that this particular aggressive police action sends to those who have live with this very real fear is that large corporate interests matter more than the safety […]

Brave Face: Marcia Clark and The People vs. OJ Simpson

Over at Hazlitt, I wrote about Ryan Murphy’s depiction of Marsha Clark.

“While Clark stumbles through the dictated pitfalls of her status as public female, she becomes a kind of everywoman commentary on rampant workplace sexism. In fact, the way she is treated feels so common, has the capacity to garner so much viewer empathy, that […]