The work that we do is grounded in political activism; joining with other groups nationally and internationally to challenge sexual violence towards women and girls, and their sexual objectification in popular media.
Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Medical Humanities, theUniversity of Leicester. She has taught in several institutions in the UK, including the MSc in Gender, Media and Culture at The London School of Economics, and the MA in Gender, Media and Culture at Goldsmiths College. She currently researches the relationship between medicine and the gendering of bodies, and is developing a research base for PhD scholarship on pornography at the University of Leicester. Her latest publication is Brunskell-Evans, H. (ed.) (forthcoming) Performing Sexual Liberation: The Sexualized Body and the Medical Authority of Pornography. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle; and Brunskell-Evans, H. (forthcoming) Internet Pornography: Disciplining Women Through Sexual ‘Freedom’. Palgrave MacMillan: Basingstoke.
Magda Oldziejewska is the Media campaigns manager and one of the founding members of Resist Porn Culture. She has just embarked on a research project looking at the impact of the use of tools like pornography in sexual therapy on the female psyche. She also has a keen interest in the feminist movement, women’s history and gender politics. She has worked with an amazing team of women to pull together the Feminism in London 2014 project. And is also an active member of the women’s working group of the Breaking the Frame collective, with a particular interest in reproductive technologies and women’s rights.
Lisa-Marie Taylor is a founding member of Resist Porn Culture and Project Co-ordinator for the Feminism in London conferences. Lisa-Marie came late to feminism but is doing her best to make up for it now! Eager to integrate activism into the heart of Resist Porn Culture, she is keen to implement creative and meaningful campaigns that engage the public and make a real difference.
If you would like to get involved or simply stay in touch and get latest updates on the work that we do, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org