Nichi Hodgson is a journalist, broadcaster, and author living in London.

She regularly contributes to the Guardian, Vice, and the Telegraph on sexual politics, gender and dating. 

She writes for US women’s mag Bustle.com on US politics, social policy, and health, and is the former Men’s Health Sexual Adventurer columnist.

Nichi was one of the first British journalists to court-report via Twitter, and is cited in Wikipedia for her coverage of the 2012 obscenity trial, R v Peacock. Nichi is a regular commentator on BBC Radio 2′s The Jeremy Vine Show, BBC R4 Woman’s Hour, BBC Radio 5 Live, and BBC World Service. She reviews the papers and comments regularly for Sky News, and makes frequent appearances in TV documentaries and debates on sex, porn and society. Her BBC Radio 4 documentary is available on iPlayer here.

Her latest book, The Curious History of Dating, is published by Little, Brown and available here.  







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