Emily is due to submit her PhD in October 2009: "Can queer theory be used to further the understanding of (trans)genders and sexualities for English secondary school students." (S)he is the author of an online student toolkit aimed at LGBTQ young people and their heterosexual friends (www.schools-out.org.uk/STK). (S)he has had an article published in Gender and Education (16(3) 2008) and is on the editorial board for The Journal of Gender Studies. Emily has given papers at the Place-Based Sex/Sexualities and Relationship Education conference (University of London, 2007), Becoming or Unbecoming: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Research in the 21st Century (Northumbria University, 2008) and is due to present a paper at the Brighton and Sussex Sexualities Conference in September 2009. Emily is on the committee for Schools OUT and LGBT History Month and teaches at the University of the West of England and the University of Gloucestershire. As an undergraduate (s)he studied Drawing and Applied Art and drew her dissertation entitled "Queer Theory and Lesbian Appropriation of Homomasculine Signifiers." (S)he is desperate to leave Bristol and wants to move into an intentional community near Cheltenham to live the good life.