Chloe Angyal writes about gender, sex and power and how they shape the lives of women and girls. She’s written about politics and popular culture for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, New York Magazine, Jezebel, Cosmo, Marie Claire and many others. Chloe has a PhD in Media Studies; her dissertation was about romantic comedies and the lessons they teach women about love, sex and feminism. She is a former editor at Feministing and a former Senior Front Page Editor at HuffPost, and was the founding Deputy Opinion Editor at HuffPost. Chloe is from Sydney, Australia and lives in Iowa City.