Mashable Promotes Rachel Thompson To Features Editor
The Mashable's Senior Culture Reporter Has Been Promoted To Features Editor
Based in the UK, Rachel writes about sex, relationships, and online culture. She has been a sex and dating writer for a decade and she is the writer who coined the dating term 'cloaking'.
Her first book Rough – a non-fiction investigation into sexual violence and systems of oppression – was published by Penguin Random House in 2021. Stylist magazine called Rough "2021’s most important book about sex" and you can read an extract of the book on Mashable. Rachel contributed an essay titled "Choosing Myself" to Unattached, an anthology of 30 essays about singlehood, published by Penguin Random House in 2022. You can read an extract from "Choosing Myself" on Mashable.
Rachel has also written for The Guardian, The Sunday Times, British Glamour, ELLE, The Daily Telegraph, CNN, HuffPost, The Face and many more.
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✨Some professional news✨ Excited to say I’ve been promoted to Features Editor at @mashable!— Rachel Thompson - ROUGH out now (@RVT9) June 7, 2022
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