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Zosia Bielski

Zosia Bielski

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.

 

Latest articles
‘Women are closing the infidelity gap:’ New book explores why wives cheat
One love, two homes: How some couples find happiness in living separately
The Long View
Spouses of those with dementia face radically altered marriages
Grey area: The fragile frontier of dementia, intimacy and sexual consent
When couples separate in today’s housing market, both are going to take a big financial hit
Opinion
This Father’s Day, it’s time to rethink the daddy-daughter relationship Zosia Bielski
HBO’s The Tale: Filmmaker Jennifer Fox’s reckoning with childhood sexual abuse and her own memory
Roxane Gay-edited anthology Not That Bad looks at haunting effects of sexual assault
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In #MeToo era, U of T students grapple with what’s next
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Review: Steven Soderbergh’ Unsane misses the potential of addressing the #MeToo conversation
New technology aims to give victims of sexual violence a more positive reporting experience
Canadian medical schools put under the lens to address harms of patient sexual abuse
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In Harlequin’s new romance novels, heroines own their sexuality
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Rose McGowan’s Brave is a battle cry against Hollywood’s woman-hating culture Subscriber content
The next frontier in consent: Better sex
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