Rachel Aimee is a writer, editor, and parent living in Brooklyn. She enjoys overanalyzing children’s books, finding community with progressive parents, and thinking about how to critically negotiate princess culture without oppressing princess-identified kids of all genders.
Rachel’s recent work focuses on parenting and social justice. She has written about sexy dolls for Ravishly, defended the “silly, frilly dress” at MUTHA, and pondered the possibility of a non-sexist dress code, among other things, at her blog, Not Anti-Princess.
Rachel was a founding editor of $pread magazine (2005 – 2011), and is a co-editor of $pread: The Best of the Magazine that Illuminated the Sex Industry and Started a Media Revolution (Feminist Press, 2015). She currently works at the Feminist Press as a copy editor and assistant.
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