Chloe Angyal is a freelance writer and blogger from Sydney, Australia. She is based in New York City. Chloe was an Editor at Feministing until 2014, where she blogged about gender, sex, politics, pop culture and body image. Her freelance writing covers a range of topics, including sexual assault prevention, women in politics and reproductive rights. Today, she is the Deputy Opinion Editor at Huffington Post. Chloe’s academic work focuses on Hollywood romantic comedies; her doctoral thesis, currently in progress, is about how the genre depicts gender, sex and love.
She tweets from @chloeangyal.
Foreign Policy [8/18/2010]
SlutWalk protests: A dress is not a yes
The Christian Science Monitor 
What I Learned From a Summer of Romantic Comedies
The Atlantic 
Sexual Abuse in the Land of America's Sweethearts
Why American Women's Votes Matter More
The Guardian [9/19/2012]
Breaking Pointe and the price of perfection
Los Angeles Times [6/22/2012]