Natasha Singh

Natasha Singh speaks widely on sexual ethics, sexual exploitation, and ending gender-based violence. She works as an educational consultant to schools, parents, and students to address topics including: sexual assault prevention, consent education, porn literacy, toxic/mindful masculinity, healthy relationships, and sexual literacy. She is the Co Founder of Asha Rising, a nonprofit that provides permanent housing for elderly women who have exited the sex trade. She co-chairs the board of Center for Domestic Peace, a Marin-based nonprofit whose mission is to mobilize individuals and communities to end domestic violence, and serves as advisor to Freedom Fwd, a San Francisco-based organization focused on ending child sexual exploitation in the Bay Area. Natasha’s writing has appeared in publications including the The Atlantic, the Modern Love Column of the New York Times, Threepenny Review, Crab Orchard Review, South Asian Review, Proximity, Good Girls Marry Doctors: South Asian American Daughters on Obedience and Rebellion, and several other anthologies. Natasha is a two-time recipient of the Canada Council Grant for creative nonfiction and a recent winner of the Barry Lopez Prize for creative nonfiction.

Current Schedule

2019 - What My Mother and I Don't Talk About: Writers Break the Silence

Previous Years

2018 - Translating Trauma