My Book: Naked on the Internet


Naked on the Internet is a serious look at how women are incorporating the internet into sex, and while the occasional wry comment and the deft use of individual stories leavens the academic tone, they don’t undermine the gravity of the work.” – Regina Lynn, Wired.com

Naked on the Internet is a welcome antidote to the glut of media stories that paints the web as the exclusive province of sex predators and lonely, desperate men.” – Tammy Oler, Bitch

“Thick with interviews and pedagogic commentary, much of which is funny and deeply personal, Naked gives its readers the distinct impression that Ray’s been around the block — as an academic, as a sex-positive woman, as a consumer of porn, even as a [sex worker]. All the dough in the Dow couldn’t buy a better escort. And for keyboard-tappy feminists like me, it’s easy to forget just how far we’ve come.” – Ashlea Halpern, Philadelphia City Paper

Naked on the Internet is filled with a mind-boggling and delightful array of topics, covering a great deal of ground while acknowledging that the Internet is such a vast, varied beast, it is impossible to cover it all.” – Gwen Masters, Clean Sheets

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“The Johns.” Coming & Crying. edited by Melissa Gira Grant and Meghan O’Connell. Glass Houses, September 2010. Listen to me read my piece on the Red Umbrella Diaries podcast here.

reviewgraphic “Hot Flush of Lust and Cash” Hos, Hookers, Call Girls, and Rent Boys. edited by David Henry Sterry and RJ Martin, July 2009.

“Discovering the Shoe Slut Within” Sexiest Soles: Erotic Stories About Feet and Shoes. edited by Christopher Pierce and Rachel Kramer Bussel. Alyson Books, July 2006

“What’s A Little Fisting Between Friends?” First Timers: True Stories of Lesbian Awakening. edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel. Alyson Books, March 2006

“My First Fetish, or How I Fought Mediocrity.” Everything You Know About Sex Is Wrong. Disinformation Press, October 2005