Heather Jarvis is a queer, sex- and body-positive feminist. With experience in gender studies, social work and community activism she has spent several years supporting and initiating projects around gender equality, sexual education, supporting marginalized communities and safer spaces for support. She co-founded SlutWalk in early 2011, a small idea that began in Toronto to fight sexual violence and has since spread across the world. Described as an eternal optimist by some who know her, Heather refuses to believe things cannot change.
Over the years, Sonya JF Barnett has been championing women’s sexual rights in a variety of ways. In 2009, she founded The Keyhole Sessions as a safe and welcoming community for artists to experience the marriage between sex and art. In early 2011, she coined the term SlutWalk and became Co-founder of SlutWalk Toronto as a way to combat victim-blaming, slut-shaming and sexual profiling. An activist and advocate for sex positivity, she’s got a clean conscience, but a filthy mind.