Regina Lynn is the weekly Sex Drive columnist at Wired.com and the author of The Sexual Revolution 2.0.
She started writing Sex Drive early in 2003 and received a Maggie award for “Best Online Column” from the Western Publications Association. She was also was chosen as a finalist for the 2006 Erotic Awards in London. Marie-Claire magazine called Regina one of the “top five sex experts in the U.S.” (“Ultimate Sex Tips from the Pros,” February 2006); she is still trying to shrug off any performance anxiety this accolade might cause. She has been featured in The New York Times, Newsweek, SexTV, CNN Headline News, Fox News, Spike TV, Playboy Radio, the Village Voice, G4TV, Digital Village Radio, and NPR New Zealand, among other places, but she is most humbled by her occasional appearances on FARK and Digg.
Regina lives in Los Angeles and San Francisco with her dog Jedi. When not researching or writing, she can be found carving the canyons on her motorcycle or hanging out at the beach with inline skates and a boogie board. Her birthday is in May but she accepts presents all year.