Vanessa de Largie has written over 1000 columns, published in approximately 60 media outlets worldwide.
Her writing primarily focuses on fierce female sexuality and gender politics.
Since February 2017, Vanessa has penned the monthly sex column for Maxim Magazine's print and online issues.
She is currently completing a Post Graduate Degree at Charles Sturt University.
Her columns and feature articles have appeared in:
Penthouse Magazine, The Spectator, GQ Magazine, The Huff Post (US), RendezView, Maxim Magazine, News.com.au, iNews (UK), Writers Weekly (US), The Daily Telegraph, The Courier Mail, The Vocal, Daily Life AU, New Matilda, Kinkly, MamaMia, SBS, Rebelle Society, Cara Sutra Sexuality Magazine (UK), The Herald Sun, Perth Now, The F Word (UK), Thought Catalog, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Milk Bar Magazine, The Australia Times, The Mercury, NT News, SHESAID, The Hit Job, The Advertiser, Synergy Magazine, Topic Media, Medium, Stuff.co.nz, YourTango (US), Archer Magazine, Tuck Magazine, The Fix (US), The Canberra Times, Endo Issues, In Between Hangovers and many more.
Publicity about Vanessa's work has appeared in:
The Washington Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine (US), The Huff Post, The Daily Telegraph, SBS, The Bolt Report, The Age, Mashable, The Guardian, The Herald Sun, Beat Magazine, You've Been Hooked, Cliche Magazine, Ezra Magazine, Ramona Magazine, Neos Kosmos, The Sydney Arts Guide, Little Raven, The AU Review, Brigitte Magazine, Kinkly, Cara Sutra Sexuality Magazine, ABC Radio Perth, Inpress Magazine, M Magazine (Sunday Age Liftout), SF Terra Magazine, Fangoria, IF Magazine, Star Newspaper, Leader Newspaper. StarCentral Magazine, Horror Sleaze Trash, Narrative Paths Journal, Ze.tt Magazine , Indieactivity.com, Ariel Chart, Scum Gentry Alternative Arts & Media, Zombie Logic Review and many more.