A CREATIVE platform for
Founded in 2017, SHAG is an independent movement of young creatives who want to change the way we speak about sex, gender, our bodies and health.
We are a creative platform where young adults express,
engage and educate one another in sexual health,
relationships and sexual politics.
Founder, Editor in Chief
Softley has worked in Sexual Wellbeing and Sexual Assault prevention for the last 5 years and started SHAG in 2017. As well as being a founding member of the anti-rape culture movement Everyones Invited, Softley works at Bold Voices teaching young adults about gender inequality. She also teaches for other organisations, educating in consent and pornography.
Social Media Officer
Hi, i’m Ife (they|she) and i will be joining the SHAG social team to bring you fun and educational graphics and videos. As a survivor of sexual assault, I am very passionate about supporting people through proper education on sexual health and consent whilst creating a supporting community
Sabelo Moyo, MA
COO, Head of Compliance
Having previously worked as an international marketing executive at Minesoft UK and as a columnist for MindMapper UK, Moyo has experience working with identity politics and mental wellbeing/ illness within the professional context.
Moyo is currently completeing a masters in Medical Law.
Head of Socials
Originally from Wales, Niamh has been living in London since graduating uni. She is passionate about creating spaces where people can talk openly about sex and sexuality in a supportive, safe environment. When she is not pursuing that, she can be found posting on her poetry Instagram account, and hopes to eventually turn her poetic alter ego into a platform for wider conversation around PTSD. Otherwise, her interests include music, art and having baths.
Head of Engagement
Persia is a Iranian-Scottish queer support worker at a local Rape crisis centre where she lives in Brighton, alongside doing mentoring for a local BME youth charity some days in her spare time. She is a passionate advocate for ensuring that all ‘feminist’ spaces are upheld as intersectional, and also as a long term goal wants to help ensure that young people from all backgrounds are able to access support around consent and sex education.
In her free time Persia loves reading, baking, going to local queer club nights, seeing friends and family, and doing sea swims!
Want to work with us?
SHAG is whatever you need or want it to be.
It's fluid and constantly changing, reflecting a generation that demands more.
Ellie Softley, SHAG's Founder