Natasha Singh speaks widely on sexual ethics, consent, sexual literacy, and ending gender-based violence. She has over twenty years of experience in education, including teaching at Rutgers University, the Collegiate School for Boys, and the Branson School. Working as an educational consultant to partner with schools, parents, and students, Natasha offers talks and workshops that address some of the thorniest issues facing parents and adolescents today--from how to navigate consent to how to talk to kids about sex and porn. Her ability to address these subjects with both compassion and a sense of humor makes her an accessible and powerful voice for parents and students alike. Some of the schools she has worked with include Philips Academy in Andover, Bishop O'Dowd, San Domenico, and Marin Waldorf; she was also recently a speaker at the 2019 San Francisco Women's March and at Alliance for Girls in San Francisco. She can be heard on the podcasts “ParentFootprint” and “BitchTalk” (along with Rebecca Solnit), and was also recently a guest on Mutiny Radio.
Natasha's writing has appeared in The Atlantic, The New York Times, ThreePenny Review, and Buzzfeed Community Forum, among others, and in several anthologies. She was recently awarded the Barry Lopez Prize for Creative Nonfiction.