Should Toronto police publish names of people charged with not disclosing their HIV status? (Xtra, 13 Jul 2017)

Cruising Season Ribbon Cutting with Queers Crash the Beat (blogTO, 12 May 2017)

Cruising the History of Policing Gay Sex in Toronto Parks (Torontoist, 20 Mar 2017)

Advocates hope for change in HIV non-disclosure law after Ottawa meeting with provinces (Toronto Star, 5 Mar 2017)

Protesting the Criminalization of HIV (Torontoist, 22 Feb 2017)

Toronto police silent on spitting incident in meeting with LGBTQ community (NOW Magazine, 4 Feb 2017)

Toronto police’s long history of stigmatizing people with HIV (NOW Magazine, 30 Jan 2017)

Queers Crash the Beat crash Toronto police board meeting (Xtra, 26 Jan 2017)

The case for letting people have sex in public parks (Quartz, 15 Jan 2017)

Why Project Marie is about making straight men comfortable (Xtra, 12 Dec 2016)

Why these queer women stand in solidarity with gay men opposing Project Marie (Xtra, 5 Dec 2016)

Cities need to plan for sex in public parks (CBC Radio, 4 Dec 2016)

Project Marie is the latest chapter in Toronto police’s long history of targeting queer sex (Xtra, 28 Nov 2016)

Is Public Sex in Parks a Public Safety Concern? (Spacing, 28 Nov 2016)

Panic in Marie Curtis Park: Members of Toronto’s LGBTQ community crash police “Take Back The Park” event (NOW Toronto, 23 Nov 2016)

Desmond Cole and Lisa Amin from Queers Crash the Beat (NewsTalk 1010, 21 Nov 2016)

Undercover operation in Etobicoke park unfairly targeted gay men, critics say (CityNews | 19 Nov 2016)

Protest against police undercover sex sting planned for Etobicoke park (Global News, 19 Nov 2016)

Walk the Beat sees community, police come together to ‘take back’ Marie Curtis Park (Inside Toronto, 19 Nov 2016)

Marie Curtis Park becomes centre point of debate about public space (Toronto Star, 19 Nov 2016)