Meet the Founder
Hi! I’m Lorrae, the founder of Slutty Girl Problems.
I believe that every woman deserves to have an awesome, loving relationship with her partner(s), her sex life, and herself – and it’s my mission to make sure that happens. My goal is to empower women to create the life and love they crave – with relationship, mindset, and wellness tools to live adventurous, free, and happy AF.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been interested in sexuality. Since college, it’s been my passion. In kindergarten, I got in trouble for kissing boys on the playground. As soon as I learned how to use a computer, I was up late learning about sex from porn (not the best sex-ed tool, but I worked with what I had).
In college, I was fascinated with sexuality, personally and academically. I got my degree in Psychology and Women’s Studies, and focused all of my independent studies on sex, dating, and relationships. I also had some challenging personal experiences – sexual assault, subsequent slut-shaming, and abusive relationships that affected me more than I realized at the time.
In 2011, I started the Slutty Girl Problems Twitter account to anonymously share my experiences and reclaim the word “slut” as a positive term. In 2013, the SGP website launched with a new mission – encouraging women to feel confident, take control, and discuss their sex lives openly without shame, judgement, or double standards.
Since then, all my work has focused on empowering women and creating a more sex-positive world. Beyond my work with SGP, I am an empowerment coach, offering one-on-one coaching and developing digital workshops. I am also a writer, educator, consultant, and advocate. My passion for helping women to feel confident and empowered is infused in everything I do.
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Work with Me
I have written for Thrillist, Maxim, Playboy, and Kinky, and have been featured in Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Bustle, The Guardian, Elite Daily, Your Tango, and many more. I have also been a guest on podcasts, and consulted sex-positive brands around marketing and social media.
I’m available for:
writing, collaborations, event coverage, appearances, speaking, and more.
I’d love to hear from you: [email protected]