When I’m not working on books, I write essays on sex, relationships, dating, being single, politics, technology, health and whatever I feel obsessed with exploring at the moment. I also blog on similar topics.
When I get done with my memoir project which has consumed most writing energy in the last few years I plan to write a monthly column. Stay tuned for that. And if you’re an editor and you think me and your publication are a match, then contact me so we can talk.
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- Men’s Health: The Sex Was Endless, Even if the Love Wasn’t
- Vice: How It Feels to Watch Trump as a Sexual Abuse Survivor
- Wired for their Best Sex Ever Technology theme: Airbnb and the Dildo
- Huffington Post: This Is Your Brain on Twitter
- Huffington Post: The Public Health Crisis No One Is Talking About (about celiac disease and FDA rules)
- Huffington Post: The Trouble with Brazilian Men
- Huffington Post: Women: Stop Calling Yourself Crazy
- Huffington Post: Radically Honest Online Dating
- Natural Health: Keep It Simple (on Minimalism)
- SF Chronicle: Looking for Love: A recently single woman hits the holiday party scene for romance
- SF Chronicle: Why I Don’t Hate the Holidays
- SF Chronicle: Childless in Maternal Heights
- Utne Reader: People Like Us: The Quirkyalones (the original quirkyalone essay)
- Village Voice; What I Learned at College: On Feminism, Class, and My Delayed Diploma
- Women’s Health: Refuse to Settle
On the blog
- The Hidden Messages of Romantic Obsession
- Chongos, Histéricos, and Chamuyeros: A Dating Dictionary for Buenos Aires
- How to Be a Flaneur (or Flaneuse) in Paris
- How to Heal Your Single Shame
- 8 Trends Noticed on My Homecoming to San Francisco
- Five Reasons to Travel Alone
- Why I Married Myself: No White Wedding Dress Required
- In Praise of Following Random Instincts
- What If Your Life Didn’t Go According to “The Plan”?
- How Long-Term Travel Turned Me into a Minimalist