“Chloe Angyal connected with our students in a way that few speakers are able to do with such a large audience. Despite speaking to a room full of 300 student leaders from a variety of areas on campus, Chloe managed to give a talk that felt both personal and intimate. Her approach, centering on how romantic comedies distort our image of relationships is a fresh perspective and one that is accessible to students (of any age) without being condescending or overly preachy. Chloe’s connection with the students manifested in our later breakout sessions when over half the student attendees selected her sessions over five other breakouts they could have attended.” – Loyola Marymount Los Angeles

Other testimonials:

“Chloe was engaging, funny and personable.  Her ability to use pop culture references, and especially romantic comedies, as a tool to open the conversation on topics like relationships, sexism and self-image was a big hit with our students.  They could relate to the examples, and since they’ve all seen these movies, it provided a foundation for a shared language around topics that are often difficult to get people excited to talk about.” – Loyola Marymount Los Angeles

“Chloe gave an excellent, funny and informative talk about modern day feminism and pop culture, the importance of self care to avoid burn out and demonstrated how she found and followed her passion. I thoroughly enjoyed her talk and felt that she covered a wide range of important issues. I also learned the word ‘cisgendered’ so I’m happy with that addition to my vocabulary.” – University of Western Ontario

“Listening to a well-known editor of a major feminist publication talk about topics ranging from stealth feminism, to anti-choice legislation, to her own sex life, all in the context of why the work we do on our own campus is actually important, made it one of the most overwhelmingly inspiring events for me to experience. Also, she was just really damn cool.” – University of Western Ontario

To bring me to your campus or organization, contact Sean Lawton at Keppler Speakers. To bring the Feministing crew to your campus or organization, email Tanya: tpaperny at gmail dot com.


March 10, 2011 Speaking at Feminist Coming Out Day at Harvard College
Time: 7pm
Location: Ticknor Lounge in Boylston Hall in Harvard Yard, Cambridge MA

Also featuring Tiger Beatdown‘s Sady Doyle, The Chicktionary‘s Lena Chen, Feministing‘s Lori Adelman, The F-Bomb‘s Julie Zeilinger and Racialicious‘s Andrea Plaid.

March 14, 2011 Women’s History Month screening and discussion of American Psycho at 92Y Tribeca (buy tickets here!)
Time: 7:30pm
Location: 92Y Tribeca, 200 Hudson St, New York NY

March 19, 2011 Speaking at the Endangered Species conference in NYC
Time: 1:30pm
Location: The New School

Also featuring Michael Kimmel, author of Guyland and Manhood in America, and Jimmie Briggs, founder of the Man Up Campaign.

April 27, 2011 A conversation with Cara Hoffman, novelist and author of So Much Pretty
Location: Greenlight Bookstore, 686 Fulton St, Brooklyn (free)

December 2, 2011 Feministing Offline and Unfiltered, Penn State University
A lively panel discussion with Feministing co-founder Vanessa Valenti, fellow Feministing Editor Miriam Perez, and a student panelist.

February 9, 2012 Feministing Offline and Unfiltered, Haverford College
Time: 8:30pm
Location: Stokes Auditorium

A lively panel discussion with Feministing’s Executive Editor Samhita Mukhopadhyay, Feministing Editor Miriam Z. Perez and a student panelist.

February 14, 2012 Women, Money and Social Power: What Made the Komen Debacle a Win for Women
Time: 5:30pm
Location: Saatchi and Saatchi Wellness, 375 Hudson St New York

As part of Social Media Week NYC, a panel discussion about the Susan G. Komen for the Cure decision to de-fund Planned Parenthood. With Amanda Marcotte, Rachel Sklar, Deanna Zandt and Susan McPherson.

March 6, 2012 Feministing Offline and Unfiltered, Rutgers University Camden
Time: 12:20pm
Location: Private Dining Room, Student Center

A lively panel discussion with Feministing’s Executive Editor Samhita Mukhopadhyay, Feministing co-founder Vanessa Valenti and a student panelist.

March 13, 2012 Keynote address, Women’s History Month, Penn State Altoona
Time: 7pm
Location: Eve Chapel

March 31, 2012 Speaking on a panel at the Momentum Conference – “Making waves in sexuality, feminism and relationships”
Time: 2:30pm
Location: Crystal City Marriott, Washington DC, Chesapeake Salon A&B

Panel: Chewing the Cyber-Fat: Body Weight, Size and Sex Online, with Hanne Blank and Therese Schechter

July 5, 2012 Lecture: The American election and the “War on Women”
Time: 5pm
Location: CAPE (Centre d’acceuil de Presse étrangère), Grand Palais, Perron Alexandre III, Cours La Reine, 75008 Paris

Presented by Slate France and Causette.com. More information here.

January 30, 2013 Pride and Prejudice screening and panel discussion at 92YTribeca
Time: 7pm
Location: Screening room at 92YTribeca, 200 Hudson St, New York.

Also featuring: Sarah Seltzer, Associate Editor at Alternet and author Sayantani DasGupta. A panel and screening celebrating the 200th anniversary of the publication of the best book ever.

February 8, 2013 Speaking at the Harvard Women’s Law Association’s conference – “19%: When Will Women Have the Floor?”
Time: 3:40
Location: Wasserstein Hall, Milstein East at Harvard Law School, Cambridge MA
Panel: Was it the Year of the Woman?
More information here.

March 8, 2013 Feministing Offline and Unfiltered at Georgetown University

March 17, 2013 Speaking at the Service Women’s Action Network “Truth and Justice Summit”

March 24, 2013 Feministing Offline and Unfiltered at University of Wisconsin, Madison

August 14, 2013 Keynote address at Loyola Marymount Los Angeles’s “Healthy Relationships” student leadership event


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