AFTER READING a report about the presence of environmental toxins in breast milk in 2004, American journalist Florence Williams, who’d just had a child at the time, decided to have her own milk tested. She mailed samples to a lab. The results were astounding and unsettling: her toxin levels were exceptionally high.
A new book details a depression she says was sparked by problems arising from her job as a star writer at the Globe and Mail. ‘I don’t do subtle,’ says Wong. She’s got that right.By ANNE KINGSTON10 min
MIKE CRAWLEY, THE new president of the Liberal Party of Canada, may be a youthful 43, but he boasts a surprisingly long history of stepping up when the party finds itself in dire circumstances. A few months after thenleader John Turner led the Liberals to a soulsapping defeat against Brian Mulroney’s ascendant Conservatives in the 1984 election, Crawley opted to join the losing side.
THE QUESTION OF whether it is truly sexually gratifying to have a Wartenberg pinwheel roll over your nipples while handcuffed to a stretcher bar with a ball gag in your mouth is something I hadn’t really thought about in the sheltered life I lead.
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