Sophie spent some time with artsy types: a zine creator, a burlesque performer and a visual artist. Toronto is replete with people who weave sexuality and body-positivity into their work, and tonight is just a small sampling. Sophie spoke with SK Hughes, editor-in-chief of Milkweed Zine about their upcoming second issue, focusing on short fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, photography, and visual art in the erotic milieu. She also welcomed back performer and headmistress of the Toronto School Burlesque Red Herring to discuss the school's new location and new classes, events and ventures. And finally, artist Roxanne Ignatious talked about her experiences in Toronto as a feminist artist working in the independent music scene, particularly her latest work on a giant fabric vulva for Maylee Todd's Virtual Womb show.