Grigoriadis is a contributing writer for New York Times Magazine and Vanity Fair. She is also the author of Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus, a book that—according to her bio—deals with questions about sexual consent in modern times. In 2007, she won a National Magazine Award for her profile on the late Karl Lagerfeld, and in 2008, her New York Magazine cover story, "Gawker and the Rise of the Creative Underclass," made her a finalist for the feature writing award. Her 2011 profile of Arianna Huffington was nominated for a Mirror Award. … [Read more...] about Madonna Said She Felt ‘Raped’ by New York Times Magazine Profile
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