Diana Cage’s practice sits at the intersection of media and media-making, visual culture, and performative writing. Cage’s academic interests include feminist science and technology studies, feminist data science, public health and health equity, reproductive justice, critical race studies, trans studies, and queer theory. She is the author of six nonfiction books on sex and sexuality, including the Lambda Award-winning The Lesbian Sex Bible (Quiver, 2014). In addition to writing and research, Cage works with What Would an HIV Doula Do?, a collection of artists, activists, and scholars joined in response to the ongoing AIDS crisis. Diana is deeply committed to interdisciplinary research. She holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University.