Hailing from a magical land called New Jersey, Rachel Khona is a sexy time writer, storyteller, speaker and interviewee extraordinaire.
Rachel has written for outlets such as Playboy, Penthouse, The Washington Post, Maxim, Allure, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, Shape, and The New York Times. Her willingness to engage in complete and utter nonsense like rent a guy for a party or cast a sex spell has led her to eschew the traditional Indian doctor path and landed her a career as an accidental sex writer.
Along the way, she spent an evening with Pamela Anderson, manifested a guy who looked like Jesus, heard Gwen Stefani pee, and hid in the bathroom of The Chateau Marmont.
She has been featured on the morning show "Indy Style", radio shows such as Playboy's "Tiffany Granath", "Poundstone Power" and "Broadminded" on Sirius XM, and AskMen's video series. She has been quoted and/or interviewed for Redbook, Houston Press, Rebel Magazine, and Coed Magazine. She has also interviewed Donald Trump on the red carpet, wrestlers on Staten Island, and a New Orleans voodoo priestess.
After a boyfriend broke up with her via sticky note, she decided to take her lemons and turn them into lemonade. She channeled her energy into her own stationery company, Crimson and Clover Studio, now sold worldwide. Crimson and Clover Studio has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Buzzfeed, The Huffington Post, and Fuck Jerry.
In her spare time, she enjoys drinking wine, eating cheese, listening to music, and correcting people who think she's Latina (still 100% Indian). Sometimes all at once.