However, she's also a freelance journalist, an award-winning actress and author and the resident sex-columnist at Maxim Magazine.
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"Yes, yes, YES! Ohmigod Yes! No sadly I'm not in the middle of a When Harry Met Sally orgasm, but I am screaming in agreement at Vanessa de Largie's brilliant piece on how women want sex not romance."
~ Samantha X, The Daily Telegraph
"Many moral crusaders seem driven by hatred or hunger for power. Take actor and writer, Vanessa de Largie."
~ Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun
Vanessa is one of life's natural polymaths: she acts, she dances, she writes and a lot more... And she does it all with great panache and a finely tuned instinct for the viscera, the inner turmoil, the bodily pleasures - and horrors. As a publisher, it was her writing that caught my eye: sheer, gutsy unadorned prose that dives on her subject like a morsel in the eye of a bird of prey..."
~ Paul Ham, Australian Historian
"Vanessa de Largie's wonderful fierce and tender sexuality reminds me of Anais Nin's: she's a woman who doesn't deny her body and her desires but follows them unafraid and rejoicing. These days this sincerity makes her a truly refreshing voice - and a happy one to find."
~ Kate Holden, author & former columnist at The Age
One of the reasons Vanessa de Largie is one of the best sex writers around is because she can always make us consider the many different sides to a situation. As Vanessa notes, slut shaming is so ingrained in our society, people may not even know they are propagating these hurtful ideas.