Credit photo: Francis Riendeau

Marianne Couture-Cossette

Written articles


M.Sc. Master of Science in Geography (ongoing - UQAM)
B.Sc. Psychology (Honours - UQAM)
D.E.C Arts and Literature - Literature profil (Édouard-Montpetit College)

Member since January 2021

Marianne holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology with an honours thesis in community psychology and is currently a Masters in Geography candidate at UQAM. Their research focuses on the geography of infrastructures, as well as the symbolic and affective ways we inhabit spaces and places. Their research are funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Avid reader and fervent lover of all things culture, Marianne is particularly interested in the treatment of bodies in the public space and in cultural productions, as well as in stories (in all their forms) as tools for healing and subversion. They joined Les 3 sex* in 2021, and hold the Head of awareness campaign since november 2021. In doing so, they developed an expertise in cybersexuality and sextortion. 

Hyperactive and passionate, Marianne also dedicates herself to climbing, dance, and photography. She lets herself be carried away by all the subjects that are of intrigue to them. 

Pronouns: She / They

Media interventions

✧ (2023, April 24) « Le victim blaming, c'est non. En même temps, les cas de sextorsion sont en augmentation. On fait quoi, alors, si on aime ça envoyer des photos intimes? », 24 heures [➦]
✧ (2023, April 5) « Cyberviolences basées sur le genre et manosphère : discussion avec Marianne Couture-Cossette », Human Rights Talks [➦]
✧ (2023, March 14) « Tenir, marcher, habiter », Revue Liberté [➦]

✧ (2022, May 15) « Sextorsion et revenge porn: comment arrêter de blâmer les victimes », Le Soleil [➦]