Rachel Lark

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Rachel Lark
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CitizenshipUnited States of America
  • Singer
  • Songwriter
Known for
  • Sexually explicit
  • Feminist lyrics

Rachel Lark is a Bay Area singer/songwriter known for her sexually explicit and Feminism lyrics.[1] She is a frequent guest on Dan Savage's podcasts, performer for SF Sketchfest, and was called "the poster girl for period sex" by Salon (website).[2][3][4] Rachel Lark is the daughter of philosophers Louise Antony and Joseph Levine (philosopher).[5]


  1. "First Out: New Music From Carlie Hanson, Shamir, Chaz Cardigan & More". Billboard.
  2. "Guest: Rachel Lark | Savage Lovecast". www.savagelovecast.com.
  3. "Rachel Lark's schedule for SF Sketchfest 2018". sfsketchfest2018.sched.com.
  4. "The poster girl for period sex: "I think it's unfortunate that women often think their vagina's kind of disgusting"". Salon. August 26, 2015.
  5. "‎What's The Point? with Rachel Lark: Louise Antony: The Artist As One Of The Points on Apple Podcasts". Apple Podcasts.

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