Hello! I’m Samhita Mukhopadhyay, a writer, editor, speaker and digital strategist living in NYC. I am currently the Executive Editor at Teen Vogue. I am deeply passionate about feminism, politics, culture, fashion, existential dating dilemmas and racial justice.

I am the co-editor of the best-selling anthology Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance and Revolution in Trump’s America and the author of Outdated: Why Dating is Ruining Your Love Life. I am also the former Senior Editorial Director of Culture and Identities at Mic and former Executive Editor of award-winning blog Feministing.

You can find my writing at Splinter, Al Jazeera, The Guardian, NY Magazine, Medium, Talking Points Memo, Mic and Jezebel.

You can book me to speak here and check out my latest articles here.

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“Shrill,” Starring Aidy Bryant, Is a Revolution for Fat Representation

Chromat’s 2019 NYFW Show Was a Bold Statement On Our Unsustainable Future

Priyanka Chopra Wants the World to Rethink How It Sees Beauty

While the left kept debating identity politics, the right took them and ran. 

Finding hope in Trump’s America may be too lofty a goal, but let’s not forget our resilience.

It can be empowering to share women’s stories of pain. But to what end? 

Photo Credit: Jonathan Grassi