Elizabeth Nolan Brown is an associate editor at Reason, where she writes regularly on the intersections of sex, speech, tech, crime, politics, panic, and civil liberties. She is also co-founder of the libertarian feminist group Feminists for Liberty.
Since starting at Reason in 2014, Brown has won multiple awards for her writing on the U.S. government’s war on sex.
Brown’s writing has also appeared in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Daily Beast, Buzzfeed, Playboy, Fox News, Politico, The Week, and numerous other publications. She is a regular commentator on radio, TV, and podcasts and has been a guest on programs such as The Laura Ingraham Show, Fox News @ Night, NPR’s 1A, BBC Business Matters, and Midday Live with Dr. Drew.
Prior to coming to Reason, Brown worked for Bustle, Defy Media, AARP publications, and the Columbus, Ohio, Daily Reporter. She is a graduate of American University, where she received an MA in strategic communication, and Ohio University, where she received a BFA in theater.
She currently lives in Washington, D.C.