Vanessa Grigoriadis is a contributing editor at The New York Times Magazine and Vanity Fair. She has written long-form articles on pop culture, activism, and politics for publications including Rolling Stone and The New York Times. She won a National Magazine Award for her profile of Karl Lagerfeld in New York magazine, and her profile of Arianna Huffington was nominated for a Mirror award. Her first book, Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus, is an in-depth investigation based on reporting with students, parents, and university administrators from across the country.
For Some, the Lines Are Blurrier — Sex, Power, and Campus Assault
Feminist activist Kamilah Willingham discusses Vanessa Grigoriadis’s “Blurred Lines” and a generational divide....