Do as I Say, Not Who I Did: Honest Advice on Hookups and Relationships in College
Ali Drucker (Author)
April 12, 2022
Earn by promoting books
Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.Become an affiliate
About the Author
Ali Drucker has been writing about sexual health and relationships since 2014, when her first byline appeared in The New York Times. Since graduating from Skidmore College, she has written for publications including New York Magazine, Teen Vogue, Refinery 29, Salon.com, and ELLE.com. Drucker was senior sex & relationships editor for Maxim and then held the same role at Cosmo. She continues to write about issues ranging from the representation of sex in the media to mental health for publications including HuffPost, New York Magazine, and more. Drucker has served as an expert consultant for companies including USA Today and Bumble, and she's been a guest speaker at creative writing courses at The New School and The Wing, instructing others on how to channel their relationships and experiences into impactful personal essays editors will want to buy. Although she didn't "write the book" on sex, Drucker did edit the encyclopedia of sex; Cosmo's Sexopedia is a massive online database of sex terms, all with shame-free definitions, pop culture examples, and helpful illustrations. For her work on the project, Drucker was named a finalist for a Hearst Editorial Excellence Award in 2017. Drucker currently lives in Los Angeles with her fiancé, comedy writer Jesse McLaren.