[FBC28] Steph Auteri, author of A Dirty Word

“When I’m unable to use the word rape, does that make me a bad feminist because it’s in someway diminishing the experience?” – Steph Auteri


Steph Auteri has written about women’s health and sexuality for the Atlantic, VICE, Pacific Standard, the Establishment, and other publications. She also nerds out about books for Book Riot, and is the author of A Dirty Word, which came out just this past fall. When not writing, she does yoga, sings in a women’s choir, and plays the ukulele. She lives with her husband, her young daughter, and her diva of a cat in NJ.

Connect with Steph on her websiteInstagram or Twitter.




Steph’s book recommendation: Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski


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