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Sometimes I get to speak, lecture and chair at events and conferences, panels, and talks. I enjoy this! I also write for music, politics and culture outlets about all of those things, plus gendered histories, sexual violence, nightlife and liberation, social movements, feminism, Wales, outsider sounds, cities &c.

Try me: info@bryonybeynon.com

Non-exhaustive list of speaking bits

Panellist, Safer Spaces, Stadt Nach Acht Conference, Berlin, 2019

Associate Lecturer Outsider Sounds and Fringe Aesthetics, BMus Pop Music, Goldsmiths, University of London

Speaker, #ReframeTheNight Launch, Hackney Town Hall

Speaker, London Women’s Night Safety Charter Summit, London City Hall

In Conversation with Author Vivien Goldman, Walthamstow Waterstones

Conference Speaker, Rosa Fund for Women Event, Facebook London 2018

Panel Facilitator Safer Spaces Electronic Music Conference, Sydney 2017

Keynote Speaker UCL Institute of Education: Mediated Feminisms: Activism and Resistance to gender and sexual violence in the digital age, 2016

In Conversation with Artist Harold Offeh at Peckham Platform

Keynote Speaker, Safer for Women Summit, Nottingham 2015

Keynote speaker, Sexual Violence Conference 2015, Middlesex University

Speaker, Women’s Liberation Archive Exhibition Launch, Bureau ‘Offsite’ Manchester, Heritage Lottery Fund, 2013

Media coverage of my work

BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour: Yvette Cooper MP, Bryony Beynon on Harassment in Clubs

Dazed: The Revolution will be feminised

Grazia: Sexual Harassment On Trains Is A Fact Of Life – Will This Video Stop It?

HuffPost: Female Cyclists Face Sexual Harassment In London Every Day, Here Are Their Stories

Daily Mail: 40% of young women have suffered unwanted attention in public spaces

ITV News: Street Harassment the Focus in women’s safety conference in Nottinghamshire

Londonist: Pervert Filming up woman’s skirt is a Crossrail Worker

The Guardian: Sister Act: Women Take on Street Harassers

The Independent: Majority of sexual assaults on the Tube ‘committed during rush hours’

NME: DIY Roundtable: Politics, Money and How it works in Britain

Pedestrian.tv: Laneway Is Bringing Back Its Excellent Anti-Harassment Hotline This Year

Stop Street Harassment: An interview with Bryony Beynon

*For more music writing and a decade’s worth of monthly columns from the print issues of Maximum Rocknroll, see words.bryonybeynon.com