Kathleen Wynne lesbian
With her victory Thursday night, Kathleen Wynne became the first openly gay premier elected in Canadian history. Yet, as
CBC host Robert Fisher raised many eyebrows Thursday night with his choice of words about re-elected Ontario Premier Kathleen
Ontario Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne opened up Friday about how the Charter of Rights and Freedoms has meant she can live
Kathleen Wynne, the first openly gay premier in Canada, may have been on the receiving end of a questionable dig about her
A producer from a popular Toronto radio show's question about Kathleen Wynne's penchant for pantsuits has sparked a wave
So here you are at the helm of this brilliantly diverse province, a woman, and a lesbian, who, it is worth noting, could never be at the helm of anything in the Catholic church, with the power to do something about this. Don't let us down Kathleen.
Kathleen Wynne's victory speech conveyed the theme of teamwork at the Ontario Liberal leadership convention Saturday night
At the Ontario Liberal Leadership Convention on Saturday, top contender Kathleen Wynne openly addressed that she is a lesbian
Kathleen Wynne's speech at the Ontario Liberal convention on Saturday won her plenty of applause, but according to some pundits
If the Liberal Party of Ontario elects Canada's first openly gay premier next week, you can be sure we'll never hear the end of it. So why aren't we hearing more about it now? If Kathleen Wynne herself has shown little fear about brandishing the L-word, the mainstream press has been considerably more cautious. Whether the press is deliberately downplaying Wynne's not-so-secret secret as a way to emphasize their own tolerance ("notice how we're not making it an issue?") or simply because they're loath to highlight trivial factoids that could "unfairly" jeopardize her campaign, it's a hard game to play for very long.