Here are some interviews I’ve done:

About my research on the first feminist sex-toy store in the Cornell Human Sexuality Collection, 2015

About my sex-toy research in The Wisconsin State Journal October 7, 2010

About general dildography in The L Magazine, May 26, 2010

Here are articles I’ve been quoted in:

An article about Trojan vibrating rings in The Seattle Times October 11, 2005

An article about the history of the vibrator and the Hysteria movie in The Toronto Globe and Mail September 22, 2011

Here is a video of me giving a vibrator presentation at Nerd Nite in Madison, Wis. :


2 thoughts on “Media

  1. ben2537 says:

    Hallie, Greg and I had a question: what would the difference be between using the title “dildographer” and “dildologist”? I know the reason you chose the former, but did you consider the latter? What’s the story?

    hugs and penises,


  2. dildographer says:

    There’s no real reason why I didn’t seriously consider the latter, but your comment did spur me to look up the meanings of both suffixes. “-grapher” means “one who writes about a specified subject,” while “ology” implies “a branch of learning.” So, I think dildographer is more suitable after all.

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