Author Archives: Antonia Crane

Antonia Crane

About Antonia Crane

Antonia Crane is a writer and performer in Los Angeles. She teaches Media Writing at UCSD to students who know more about Tumblr than she does. Her memoir “Spent” is forthcoming on Barnacle Books March 18th, 2014. Her other work can be found in The Rumpus, Dame Magazine, Salon, PANK magazine, Black Clock, The Believer, Frequencies, Slake, The Los Angeles Review The New Black, and lots other places. She can be found running up the mountain in Griffith Park. She blogs and tweets and all of that :http://antoniacrane.com.

Hey Slut: The Pressure to Come

Everyone’s fave sex advice columnist, Antonia Crane, answers your questions while reclaiming the power of the slur. Continue reading

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Hey Slut, Help a Rookie Stripper

” Hey Rookie, I challenge you to keep your heart pried open while you dance nude and hold fast to your other ambitions. Play the long game.” Continue reading

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Finding Your Banana Crème Pie

In the maiden installment of “Hey Slut,” Antonia Crane takes questions from readers, Continue reading

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Locker 29

New Orleans is a sweaty pussy that sticks to your face, soaks into your skin and stays the night. Continue reading

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Ride With Me

In this excerpt from her soon-to-be-released memoir, SPENT, Antonia Crane recalls a stint at Pleasures. Continue reading

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Prowler

“We are all prisoners of our secret wars.” Continue reading

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Enema Man

One morning at Private Pleasures, Antonia Crane is the one doing the watching. Continue reading

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Game of Thrones: Queer Politics, Scandalous Sex

Inspired by Antonin Scalia, former sex worker Antonia Crane analyzes the fierce bitches and transgressive politics of the Game of Thrones. Continue reading

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