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Diana Cage is a writer whose work examines desire, sexuality, and power within the context of queer and trans experiences of sex and relationships. She is the author of five books, most recently Mind Blowing Sex: A Woman’s Guide (Seal Press, 2012) and The Lesbian Sex Bible (Quiver, 2014). Her areas of interest include trans* studies, queer theory, the history of sexuality and the sociology of gender, pornography, and the medicalization of sex and sexuality. In addition to writing and teaching, Diana works collaboratively with the What Would an HIV Doula Do? collective, organizing against HIV criminalization in order to bring attention to the HIV/AIDS crisis as an ongoing intersectional political reality.