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Diana Cage (born July 16, 1969) is an American feminist author, editor, cultural critic and radio personality. Her work examines sexuality, feminism, and LGBT culture. She lives in Brooklyn and teaches at Pratt Institute.
Cage began writing about sex and culture while interning under editor Lisa Palac at the San Francisco-based magazine Future Sex. In 2000, Cage's editorial work and extensive writing on sex and sexuality converged when she was hired as editor at the landmark lesbian magazine On Our Backs. During her tenure there, Cage operated the magazine according to her radical beliefs about sex and sexual identity, expanding the magazine's vision of what constituted lesbian sex. Erstwhile publisher of both On Our Backs and Girlfriends (magazine), Heather Findlay, praised Cage's "lack of self censorship" as an editor, saying, "[Cage] is not uptight about all forms of lesbian sexual expression. She really has no prejudgments about alternative sexuality." Cage has likewise been praised as an "unapologetic pioneer" in the evolution of progressive, sex-positive lesbian culture.
Cage resigned as editor in 2005, after editing a number of On Our Backs anthologies. The Publishing Triangle named Cage's On Our Backs Guide to Lesbian Sex one of the Most Notable Books of 2004.
From 2006 to 2009 Cage was host of The Diana Cage Show on SiriusXM The show was celebrated for Cage's bombastic monologues, incisive commentary on current events, and unflinching advice on love and sex.
In 2004 Cage published the IPPY award nominated, Box Lunch: A Layperson's Guide to Cunnilingus. Subsequent books include Threeways: Fulfill Your Ultimate Fantasy, and Girl Meets Girl: A Dating Survival Guide, as well as the On Our Backs Guide to Lesbian Sex, and On Our Backs: The Best Erotic Fiction. Her writing has been included anthologies, journals and magazines. She was a regular columnist for several magazines including Girlfriends, Kitchen Sink, Shewired, Frontiers, Good Vibes, Ourchart, and Velvetpark. In 2008 Cage was named one of GO magazine's 100 Women We Love.
In 2012 Cage wrote Mind-Blowing Sex: A Woman's Guide, a critical guide book that discusses the role that sexual liberation plays in a woman's ability to enjoy sex. Beginning with a brief historical overview, the book discusses the history of female sexual oppression and liberation.
Cage's most recent book is the Lambda Award-nominated Lesbian Sex Bible: The New Guide to Sexual Love for Same Sex Couples.
Cage teaches at Pratt Institute. She has also taught at Hunter College, Brooklyn College, and University of the Arts.Huffington Post Live, What Does it Mean to Identify as Queer, June 28, 2013
Huffington Post Live, Decoding the Lesbian Mystique, June 24, 2013
SiriusXM, recurring guest, The Derek and Romaine Show, 2004–2012
SiriusXM, host, The Diana Cage Show, 2007–2009
LOGO, featured commenter, CBS News on Logo, 2008
Canal Jimmy (Italy), featured commenter, The L Word promo, 2007
Here!, interview, Girls on Girls, September 2008
Here!, interview, Here with Josh and Sara, August 2008
Here!, featured commenter, Lesbian Sex and Sexuality Seasons 1 and 2, 2006, 2008
SiriusXM, interview, The Michaelangelo Signorile Show, 2007
Blowfish, producer and host, The Radio Blowfish Variety Show, 2005–2006
Sex TV (Canada), featured commenter, Lesbian Erotica, 2002