Dorottya Redai received her PhD in Gender Studies at CEU in 2015. Her research interests include gender equality in education, sex education, the intersectional reproduction of social inequalities in education, anti-gender education politics in Central Eastern Europe and the politics of childhood. Her monograph Exploring Sexuality in Schools. The Intersectional Reproduction of Inequality was published in 2019 by Palgrave Macmillan. She has worked in a number of European projects in the field of gender and sexuality in education. Besides her academic work, she works as an activist and trainer in Labrisz Lesbian Association in Hungary; she is the coordinator of the internationally renowned A Fairytale for Everyone book project. She received the Emma Goldman Snowball Award for her feminist academic and activist work in 2020 and she was honoured as one of the 100 most influential people of 2021 by TIME Magazine for her pioneering work with the fairytale book.