Not sure what sextortion is? You’d like to learn more about sexuality and cybersecurity? You find it odd that the only advice to protect yourself from sextortion you’ve ever been given is to refrain from sending nudes to your partner.s?
From the April 18th to May 1st, 2022, in collaboration with the Center of multidimensional conflicts of Raoul-Dandurand Chair in strategic and diplomatic studies and with funding from Canadian Heritage, Les 3 sex* led an extensive campaign addressing the multiple dimensions of sextortion.
The campaign aimed to provide an operational and theoretical framework to define sextortion, disseminate new scientific, sexological and political knowledge related to sexuality and cybersecurity, and promote a culture of online consent.
An interactive game where you are the hero
In this game, you are the protagonist. You will be immersed into a world full of exciting opportunities and meaningful exchanges. Will you be able to navigate this metaverse’s infinite possibilities and all its malevolent figures? Will you spread a culture of online consent?
International Seminar on Sextorsion: Challenging Current Definitions and Approaches
In collaboration with Raoul-Dandurand Research Chair, Les 3 sex* held their first international seminar on sextortion on April 28th, 2022. The three researchers on the project and seven leading experts participated in panel discussions.
- Flavie Collin, researcher on the "Sextortion" project
- Zoé Yarymovich, researcher on the "Sextortion" project
- Gabrielle Gendron, researcher, Raoul Dandurand Chair
- Karen M. Holt, Ph.D, Assistant professor, School of Criminal Justice.
- Asia Eaton, Ph.D Associate Professor of Psychology at Florida International University.
- Suzie Dunn, Ph. D. Candidate at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law and Assistant Professor at Dalhousie University, Schulich School of Law.
- Alexa Dodge, Ph.D, Postdoctoral Fellow in Law, Justice, & Society at Dalhousie University.
- Jane Bailey, Full Professor, Common Law section at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
- Moira Aikenhead, Ph. D. Candidate - Peter A. Allard School of Law, UBC.
- Clare McGlynn, Professor in Durham Law school.
Chronics of new conflictualities on geostrategics and diplomatic dimensions of sextortion
Through our partnership with the Center on Multidimensional Conflicts of the Raoul Dandurand Research Chair, researchers Gabrielle Gendron and Alexis Rapin studied the impact of sextortion incidents on international and diplomatic relations.
*Content available only in French.
- Marianne Couture-Cossette (direction)
- Mylène de Repentigny-Corbeil (coordination)
- Mariane Gilbert (supervision)
- Estelle Cazelais (content)
- Flavie Collin (research and content)
- Zoé Yarymowich (research, content and translation)
- Paméla Plourde (research and content)
- Gabrielle Gendron (research and content)
- Alexis Rapin (research and content)
Communications and graphic design
- Isabel Thériault (head of communications)
- Raphaël Desmaison (graphic design and visual director)
- Catherine Légaré (marketing advisor)
- Rachel Couturier (communications)
Editing and translation
- Luisina Sosa Rey (editing)
- Magali Guilbault-Fitzbay (editing)
- Oktocom services langagiers (translation)
This project is funded by Canadian Heritage.
This project is in collaboration with the Center on multidmensional conflicts of the Raoul Dandurand Chair in strategic and diplomatic studies.