Meghan Donevan is a passionate, visionary abolitionist with unique expertise in the areas of pornography and prostitution. She is the manager of research and prevention at Talita, an NGO providing support to women exploited in prostitution, pornography and human trafficking for sexual purposes. The knowledge Meg has gained over the past 7 years working directly with survivors of prostitution informs the research and prevention efforts she undertakes. In 2019, Meg published the first ever study on the pornography industry in Sweden, which gained considerable media attention and serves as a tool to educate the broader public about the harms of pornography. Meg has published peer-reviewed research on the associations between adolescent boys’ pornography consumption and their attitudes and behaviours, and contributed to a peer-reviewed book with the chapter “If pornography is sex education, what does it teach?” Meg is also the initiator of Reality Check, Talita’s prevention work equipping adults and young people with research-based resources and curriculum focused on the harms of pornography. Reality Check’s resource “10 myths about porn” has been translated into 7 different languages and distributed to schools, NGOs, and other professionals throughout Sweden and internationally. Meg is regularly invited to speak at national and international events.