Stephanie Cosma, MA (Ryerson University, 2016; BSc, University of Toronto, 2011) is a PhD student in Clinical Psychology at Ryerson University. Her research interests are in critical and feminist psychology, specifically in sexual scripts and gender as an element of identity. Her research focuses on how men’s lifestyle websites and the pick-up artistry community frame casual sexual activity with multiple women as a means to construct and promote a particular way of defining and experiencing heterosexual masculinity. Particular attention is paid to naturalizing discourses which describe casual sex with multiple women as something that is inherently necessary in order to fulfill a male role, and to neoliberal discourses which promote an imperative for individuals to be accountable for improvement, maintenance, and self-surveillance. Stephanie was awarded a Canadian Psychological Association Certificate of Academic Excellence for her Master’s thesis.