Dr Jane Monckton Smith
A Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Gloucestershire, Jane’s teaching focuses on forensic and criminal investigation and issues in public protection. As a forensic criminologist Jane specialises in homicide, stalking and coercive control.
Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans
Former Visiting Research Fellow at Kings College University, Heather is a widely published author and an academic consultant. Spokeswoman for FiLiA on pornography and prostitution
Prof Sheila Jeffreys
Former professor of political science at the University of Melbourne, Sheila is a lesbian scholar best known for her analysis of the history and politics of human sexuality. Sheila has written extensively on topics ranging from lesbian history to the sex industry.
Prof Kathleen Richardson
Professor of Ethics and Culture of Robots and AI in the School of Computer Science and Informatics at De Montfort University. A feminist humanist, Kathleen is founder of the Campaign Against Sex Robots.
Campaigner against sexual objectification and founder of Yes Matters. A specialist in social policy and youth work, Gemma works with survivors and communities to tackle victim-blaming.
Dr Sasha Rakoff
Dr Sasha founded the campaign group Object before moving on to become CEO of Not Buying It, a UK-based feminist group who challenge the sexual exploitation of porn and the sex trade.