So Mayer is a writer and activist. Their books include Political Animals, From Rape to Resistance and The Cinema of Sally Potter. Their writing about queer and feminist film features in Sight & Sound, The F-Word, cléo and Literal, and their essays feature in Roxane Gay’s Not That Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture and At the Pond: Swimming at the Hampstead Ladies’ Pond. After a decade in academia teaching film studies and creative writing at Cambridge, Queen Mary, King’s College London and others, they work as a bookseller at Burley Fisher Books and with queer feminist film curation collective Club des Femmes. So is a Co-Founder of Raising Films, a campaign and community for parents and carers in film. They tweet at @tr0ublemayer.
So's essay entitled "The Bloody Sheet" appears in She Found it at the Movies.
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