Author's details

Name: Jamie James
Date registered: October 26, 2012
URL: http://haifischgeweint.wordpress.com/

Latest posts

  1. Non-Violent Direct Action Anyone Can Do (That Everyone Should) — June 26, 2013
  2. A Week In The Life Of Jamie — May 22, 2013
  3. Ray Bobb: To The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (Re-Posted With Permission) — May 15, 2013
  4. Philosophy Dudebros, Boston, & Nazis — April 24, 2013
  5. “In Bad Faith” — April 10, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. Philosophy Dudebros & Grassroots Don’t Mix — 236 comments
  2. HIV/AIDS & Stigma (Canadian Edition Lite) — 141 comments
  3. Minority (LGBTQ Edition) — 126 comments
  4. Philosophy Dudebros, Boston, & Nazis — 105 comments

Author's posts listings

Jan 09 2013

Idle No More: Deep Green Resistance Has Red Roots

I’ve been following and learning from a number of radical grassroots indigenous activists for quite a while now. I don’t remember when I encountered the first, who has been a source of inspiration and encouragement to me since our first contact on Facebook. But before long, I was getting to know a bunch of people …

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Dec 19 2012

Dos & Don’ts: Responding To Domestic Violence In Your Community

This past Wednesday, I experienced a repeat of an event that occurred in my natal home nearly 20 years ago. Only this time, it was with a man I had met just six weeks ago, whose only relationship to me was as my landlord. I have no doubt whatsoever in my mind that he would …

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Dec 05 2012

HIV/AIDS & Stigma (Canadian Edition Lite)

This past Saturday was World AIDS Day. If you didn’t know, that’s OK. Now you do. As I was walking up to the site of an anti-abortion hate group demonstration to go picket them, a group of people in my city were giving out free hugs to anyone who wanted one, and passing out red …

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Nov 28 2012

“Real” Women Deciding Which Women Are “Real”


Yesterday evening, I received a letter directing my attention to a women’s organization in Canada (called REAL Women of Canada, formally established in 1983), that presently seeks to undermine a private member’s bill. The bill proposes changing the Canadian Human Rights Act, such that discrimination against trans* people will be considered a human rights violation; …

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Nov 21 2012

Priorities: Indigeneity or Secession?


How exactly do I even begin? My language choices throughout this piece are applied conscientiously. Selection of terminology used here is neither made carelessly nor in jest. I am struggling daily with a profound and genuinely increasing sense of ┬ádread, and this particular piece of writing is an attempt to account for this as concisely …

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Nov 14 2012

Minority (LGBTQ Edition)

Some time ago, I overheard someone say that people shouldn’t refer to marginalized groups by calling them this or that “minority”. I didn’t catch the reason why they said this at the time. And then I found myself sitting in the theatre at a queer film festival. The film was about creative non-fiction writers telling …

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Nov 07 2012

BDSM, Erotica, & Pseudo-Snuff: Astounding Observations of Groupthink

In July of this year, a former friend of mine who is an RCMP officer was exposed on national news as a practitioner of BDSM who had starred in his very own erotica. Unfortunately, he was also erroneously identified as the male component of a series of photos I can only reasonably describe as pseudo-snuff, …

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Oct 31 2012

Abortion: It’s Not Auschwitz

A post by Jamie

In Vancouver, BC, there is a rather annoying anti-choice blight on the corner across the street from one of the only two clinics that are not associated with a hospital. They call themselves pro-life, co-opt famous quotes from Martin Luther King Jr., and directly compare what they are doing “for the unborn” (i.e., by standing …

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