I write about gender, politics, and culture from New Jersey and New Delhi. I’m a weekly columnist for Feministing, a regular contributor at Talkspace, and my writing has appeared at Time, Teen Vogue, The Washington Post, attn:, Nat. Brut, Bitch, NDTV, Critical Collective, The Harvard Advocate, The Good Men Project, Lustery, and more. My work on consent has been cited in multiple books, academic articles, popular outlets, and scholarly resources—and I like to think it’s helped readers have better, more equal sex!
I have a proven history of writing smart, punchy web, app, and marketing content with a knack for speaking to young people and women. My particular expertise is sexual and mental health, but as a dogged researcher and versatile writer for Hippo Thinks Content Marketing, I’ve written thought leadership pieces for corporate clients about artificial intelligence, telecommunications, environmental responsibility, and more.
If you have any project for which you think I’d be a great fit—or you just want to chat!—feel free to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org (content writing samples available on request).
As for me, I graduated from Harvard College in 2015 and was a 2015-2016 Fulbright fellow in cinema and gender studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi, India, where I completed my MA in Indian theater, art, and cinema in 2018.
Pro-Choice for Christ Bitch/Feministing/Rewire/Truthout
Here’s How Street Harassment Affects Women’s Mental Health Talkspace/Teen Vogue
Why Monogamy’s Not for Me The Washington Post
Who Gets to be Naked at Harvard University? Feministing
Stop Expecting Women to be Chill About Sex Feministing
Seven Reasons Consent Apps are a Terrible Idea Feministing
I am Out (And So Can You) Harvard graduation speech
Photo credits: Sara Stern