She was interviewed in the Guardian recently. See below and: http://www.guardian.co.uk/
"Jo Robinson was a notorious figure on the feminist circuit in the early 70s. She wore motorbike leathers and rode a Honda 175. At a protest against the Miss World competition at the Royal Albert Hall in 1970, she sprayed a bouncer with blue ink from a water pistol. "That [protest] completely changed our lives," she recalls. "I had a direct feeling of contact with 2,000 years of patriarchy and repression. After that I just questioned the whole thing of what women should do."
**Sandrine Leveque confirmed as speaker from Object,
**Katie Toms is speaking on behalf of London Feminist Network, Anti Porn London and not the Observer
**and the police think we should take legal action against Miss England for 'malicious communications' and homophobic hate crimes as part of our campaign!