Nicolle Hodges is a journalist, sexual freedom philosopher, and author ofOh, the Places You’ll Go Oh Oh—an illustrated book about the power of orgasms written in Dr. Seuss-style verse. She is the founder of the men’s mental health movement,Men Who Take Baths. Launched in 2017 following #MeToo, the project documents the evolution of masculine psychology and male identity in a changing world through an interview series and virtual men’s groups. Nicolle is the co-founder ofExpletive Media—a branding agency creating content in "taboo realms," includingGirls Who Say Fuck and its quest to rebrand virginity to Sexual Debut. She is passionate about conversations for empathy, psychedelics for intimacy, and sexual liberation for equality. As a Lifestyle Dominatrix and MDMA space-holder, Nicolle creates erotic environments for women to embody pleasure from a place of empowerment and restore gender equity through the art of Dominance and Submission. She studied broadcast journalism and communications at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. She went on to become a television personality for CTV Vancouver, which included reporting from Lesbos, Greece where she started an art camp for kids at the peak of the refugee crisis, an initiative that was featured in Montecristo Magazine. After quitting her career in television, she began telling stories from the frontlines of cannabis legalization in Canada as the culture editor ofHerb, and now, the evolution of psychedelics and sexuality as an independent journalist for DoubleBlind andInside the Jar. Nicolle is currently pursuing a certification in nonviolent communication, as well as somatic sex educator training. In fall 2021, she begins her BA in Psychology at York University. She currently lives in Toronto with her hairless cat, Brain (not Brian). To follow Nicolle’s adventures, and read the stories that come of it, find her onTwitter andInstagram.