Dr Tamara Turner-Moore’s work focuses on sexual violence, abuse, bullying and harassment. Her research in these areas extends to victim-survivors and perpetrators, as well as adults, young people and children. Tamara’s overarching interest is in informing policy, practice and theory regarding sexual violence and abuse, identifying the forms that sexual violence and abuse take, and what supports and prevents these in individuals, families, communities and societies. Tamara’s work also encompasses sex and sexuality, including sexual thoughts and fantasies, and socially stigmatised and/or problematic sexual practices. She leads the Stigmatised Sexualities and Sexual Harm (SSSH!) research group in the Centre for Psychological Research at Leeds Beckett University.