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The New Age of Consent: What #MeToo Means to Millennials

Amna Saleem is a freelance writer with words featured in places such as Glamour, BuzzFeed and Huck. You can also hear her on the BBC discussing mental health and sexual harassment. She is an obnoxious Scottish Pakistani intersectional feminist and not even a tiny bit sorry for it.

Jasmine Andersson is PinkNews' investigations reporter, and writes about LGBT rights, women's rights and working class issues for the website and as a freelancer for several national titles. At the end of last year, she co-founded the Second Source, an organisation that promotes awareness of the problem of sexual harassment in the media, informs people of their rights, and works with organisations to create change.

Emily Reynolds is a freelance journalist and author specialising in mental health, gender and science. She regularly writes for The Guardian, NY Mag, Stylist, the TLS and many more. Her first book, A Beginner's Guide To Losing Your Mind, came out last year; she is currently working on her second. At the end of last year, she co-founded the Second Source and is also a co-founder of the Words by Women Awards.

Robyn Vinter is founder and editor of The Overtake, an investigative news website for millennials, launched in October 2017. Robyn has written for the Guardian, BuzzFeed, the i paper, the New Statesman and a number of other national and international publications. In 2016, she was one of the founders of Words by Women, an awards for women in journalism and, in 2017, joined the founding team of the Second Source

Earlier Event: August 25
The Kut