I'm a journalist and author. I write social affairs and travel and lifestyle features for clients including The Sunday Times Travel magazine, The British Medical Journal, Marie Claire, Ms Magazine and The Sunday Telegraph Stella magazine. I also write radio pieces for outlets including Radio 4's From Our Own Correspondent, lecture on gender and journalism and put in occasional TV appearances as a feminist pundit.
My first full-length book, The Kama Sutra Diaries, investigates modern India and Indian sexuality against the backdrop of the British Raj and the Delhi rape uprisings. Published in the UK by Nicholas Brealey in 2013, Tata Westland in India in 2014 and Dowody na Istnienie in Poland in 2016 it achieved a listing in The Scotsman's 'travel books of the year' 2014. My upcoming book The Home Stretch (Or Why We Need to Talk About Who Does the Dishes) will be published by Atlantic Books in 2020.
I hold a recent Master's in Gender Studies from SOAS, The University of London, have lived in the US, India and Spain am now based in Greenwich, southeast London, with my partner Tim and son Leo.