Founder & Author, Slutever
Karley Sciortino is a writer, host, and producer based between New York and Los Angeles. In 2007, from her then home of London, Karley founded Slutever, a website that explores sexuality, relationships, and a bunch of other slutty stuff, as told from the front lines. Karley is the author of the book Slutever: Dispatches from a Sexually Autonomous Woman in a Post Shame World (2018) and the co-creator, executive producer and host of Slutever, a documentary television series currently airing on Viceland. In 2019 Karley premiered her first scripted series, Starz's Now Apocalypse which she co-wrote and co-produced with Gregg Araki and Steven Soderbergh. For the last five years Karley has written Vogue.com’s sex and relationships column, Breathless, and in 2017 had a starring role in an episode of Netflix's Easy. Karley and Slutever have been covered by publications ranging from Playboy to the New York Times.
Karley was wonderful! She really thrived in that setting, and everyone around me was very enthralled.