Beauty is a reflection of health and well-being, it’s an attitude where we love ourselves. Women should be happy to be beautiful, but we’re more than beautiful. Women in the cannabis industry and activist community are smart, savvy, and ready to take marijuana legal in Canada and around the globe. Whether aiding patients with medical marijuana application forms, protesting through music and on the street, or speaking in court on prohibition reform, I am fascinated with the strength of will and the firmness of character — and the beauty — I see in the women whose stories I share.
Editor’s Note: This recap of the first photo shoot for Twelve High Chicks — which became “The Smoke Diaries” in Volume 1 — was originally published on November 12, 2014. Layout […]
Cannaflage Designs do not disappear into the background. The first thought I had while viewing their lookbook was how vivid each garment is. I didn’t see the cannabis leaves in […]
Soon Canada should have legal recreational weed, with only months to go before the announcement of regulations. Are you one of the many Canadian women wondering about the possible employment and […]
By now we hope you’ve heard that we want you to judge the M.O.M. Cup happening the last weekend in February (24th–26th) 2017. It’s going to be a party! Here at […]
If you envision yourself in a situation strongly enough, that vision potentially manifests itself in your future reality. And when we take the time to envision ourselves in positive situations, it displays […]
Raised in Brampton, Ontario by her birth parents, Sarah Hanlon’s background was the youngest of four siblings whom she has always considered to be her rocks. With a well structured […]
We’re so very pleased to announce that Twelve High Chicks Magazine is now available to buy in print! It’s been a wild ride. We’ve chosen the best articles from the website to refresh […]
Twelve High Chicks thanks regular guest contributor Tracy Curley for this article. As I walked into downtown Toronto’s Vapor Central, the home for the 2015 NORML (National Organization for the […]
Twelve High Chicks thanks regular guest contributor Tracy Curley for this article. She’s been described by many in the medical cannabis community as an angel, but Jennifer Collett will usually […]
Twelve High Chicks thanks regular guest contributor Tracy Curley for this article. When Lisa Campbell, Chair of the newly formed Toronto chapter of Women Grow, approached me about being on […]
Before incorporating, MUMM unofficially began activism together in February 2003: in response to a Senate Committee report released in September 2002, a public Demand for Dignity forum was held. Patients […]
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