Agent : Florence Rees
Beth Ashley is a sex and relationships journalist, editor, and documentary maker who has written for the likes of Vice, Refinery29, Mashable, Vogue, Glamour, Dazed, The Face, Mashable, Women’s Health, The Guardian, iPaper, The Metro and more, and was formerly acting sex and relationships editor at Cosmopolitan UK. She is currently a sex features writer for Mashable, covering everything from why so many people have affairs and the impact the cost of living crisis has on sex worker safety. She also produces and presents F*cking Nonsense, a series clearing up sex misinformation circulating online, for ITV’s Woo, and she co-produced and appeared in Cheat Detectives: The Loyalty Test – a documentary about honey trapping trends among Gen Zers – on Channel 4’s Untold, and has produced podcasts and TV segments for Bumble, ITV and BBC Newsnight. Her first book, Sluts: The Truth About Slutshaming and What We Can Do To Fight It – a nonfiction investigation – is published by Penguin in 2024.