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Zosia Bielski

Zosia Bielski

Zosia Bielski

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Senior writer Zosia Bielski covers gender, sexuality, social dynamics and contemporary culture. Before joining The Globe and Mail in 2008, she worked at the National Post, where she reported on urban affairs and education. She has an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English literature and semiotics from the University of Toronto and an Honours Bachelor degree in journalism from Ryerson University.

 

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In Harlequin’s new romance novels, heroines own their sexuality
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The next frontier in consent: Better sex
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Too soon? Why we harshly judge the widowed when they find new love
How the Russian diaspora brought real sauna culture to Toronto’s suburbs
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How a holiday memo from the Girl Scouts on hugging opened up a debate on consent for children and families
Powerful new video reveals the hidden trauma of stalking victims
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After #MeToo, it’s time for men to get uncomfortable at work​
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How Canada is dominating the field of sexuality research
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Ontario ruling shines spotlight on misconceptions about marital rape
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Polaris winner Lido Pimienta on a turning point for women in Canadian music
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Women and Weinstein: The blame-game must end here Zosia Bielski
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Therapist Esther Perel on how an affair can break – or remake – a marriage
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