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With multiple organizations, groups and communities directing prevention initiatives, the responsibility of preventing sexual violence is shared by the collective community.With the long-term goal of reducing sexual violence, we must focus our approaches on ways to stop sexual violence from happening in the first place. Primary prevention approaches work to change environmental factors and social norms known to contribute to sexual violence (ex.sexism, media and marketing practices, technology, harmful use of alcohol, etc.), while also promoting healthy relationships, consent and fostering safer spaces and strong communities.Over

With multiple organizations, groups and communities directing prevention initiatives, the responsibility of preventing sexual violence is shared by the collective community.With the long-term goal of reducing sexual violence, we must focus our approaches on ways to stop sexual violence from happening in the first place. Primary prevention approaches work to change environmental factors and social norms known to contribute to sexual violence (ex.sexism, media and marketing practices, technology, harmful use of alcohol, etc.), while also promoting healthy relationships, consent and fostering safer spaces and strong communities.Over $1.2M has been awarded to groups across Nova Scotia through the Prevention Innovation Fund.Writer Sally Wainwright really knows how to hit you where it hurts.Tonight is particularly painful with a shocking conclusion that will send most viewers reeling: is Kate (Nina Sosanya) really dead? We are repeatedly floored by new developments which it is impossible to see coming.I have a friend who refers to Halifax as the “lady-gay capital of Canada,” which it very well might be, per capita anyways.Despite some Toronto lesbians telling me that there were like five queer women in Halifax, and they all lived in one house (note: I love you Toronto, but most Torontonians don’t know much about anything East of Montréal), there are oodles of queers in Halifax.

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With multiple organizations, groups and communities directing prevention initiatives, the responsibility of preventing sexual violence is shared by the collective community.

With the long-term goal of reducing sexual violence, we must focus our approaches on ways to stop sexual violence from happening in the first place. Primary prevention approaches work to change environmental factors and social norms known to contribute to sexual violence (ex.

sexism, media and marketing practices, technology, harmful use of alcohol, etc.), while also promoting healthy relationships, consent and fostering safer spaces and strong communities.

Over $1.2M has been awarded to groups across Nova Scotia through the Prevention Innovation Fund.

.2M has been awarded to groups across Nova Scotia through the Prevention Innovation Fund.Writer Sally Wainwright really knows how to hit you where it hurts.Tonight is particularly painful with a shocking conclusion that will send most viewers reeling: is Kate (Nina Sosanya) really dead? We are repeatedly floored by new developments which it is impossible to see coming.I have a friend who refers to Halifax as the “lady-gay capital of Canada,” which it very well might be, per capita anyways.Despite some Toronto lesbians telling me that there were like five queer women in Halifax, and they all lived in one house (note: I love you Toronto, but most Torontonians don’t know much about anything East of Montréal), there are oodles of queers in Halifax.

There’s only so much tragedy that can befall one family in such a short space of time.

As Halifax is the biggest city in the Maritimes region of Canada, lots of queers from across Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI make the pilgrimage to our seaside city.

Hali is also home to five universities (including an arts university folks, think of all of the queers), drawing uni-aged homos from across the country.

We pride ourseleves that whilst we are a club with very fine and valued traditions, we also have a very modern and realistic approach to the requirements of our members in the 21st Century and run the Club accordingly. An on-line application form is available here and although we prefer your application to have a proposer and a seconder, this is not essential if you do not know any current members.

There is currently no joining fee and once your application is received, you will be invited to the club for a friendly and informal chat with the Club Captain or one of his committee, usually within a week of your application.

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