Jessica Ringrose is Professor of Sociology of Gender and Education at the UCL Institute of Education (London, UK), where she leads teaching in Social Justice and Education at BA, MA and PhD levels. She is co-chair of the international Gender and Education Association and she co-coordinates PhEmaterialism (Feminist Posthuman and Mew Materialism Research Methodologies in Education) Network with support from UCL’s Global Engagement Fund. She believes that this research approach should involve engaged, activist research with the community that prioritises social impact. To this end, her current commissioned research includes transforming gendered and sexualized media cultures (for The Mayor of London); and producing teacher resources for gender and sexual equity in schools (for the biggest UK LGBTQ charity Stonewall). She is the author of Post-Feminist Education? Girls and the sexual politics of schooling (Routledge, 2013); Deleuze and Research Methodologies (EUP, 2013 edited with Rebecca Coleman); Children, Sexuality and Sexualisation (Palgrave, 2015 edited with Emma Renold and Danielle Egan). Her latest book is Digital Feminist Activism: Girls and Women Fight back against Rape Culture (Oxford University Press, 2018 authored with Kaitlynn Mendes and Jessalynn Keller).