N’jaila’s philosophy is: Sexuality is a part of a whole being, denying it is self-destruction. Her work strives to make sex and body positive spaces where people of all races can have their voice heard.
N’jaila Rhee is host of of TWIB After Dark on Twib.fm. She is a journalist, part-time ecdysiast and BBW adult entertainer. Her site BlasianBytch.com celebrates and explores sexuality from a Black/ Asian perspective. This includes erotic stories, interviews with Sex Workers and the humorous explorations of sex. BlasianBytch.com has N’jaila’s way of making Black and Asian sexuality less taboo and alien. The site encourages erotic exploration of sexuality and critical but not-stigmatizing look at the adult industry.
N’jaila Rhee is currently a marketing professional and freelance journalist. She received her B.A in Journalism and Communication Media from Rutgers University and went on to work in print, broadcast, and public/ media relations. Rhee has been a speaker at Banana 2, the Asian American media conference speaking on niche blogging and online community building. She has given seminars at Exxxotica Expo on Sex Positive Body Acceptance and niche blogging. She has spoken on panels at the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit & Catalyst Con. She is a member of Women of Color Sexual Health Network an organization promoting women of color in the fields of Sexual Health.
N’jaila can be heard on the podcasts We Nerd Hard and TWiB AfterDark. Previously she co-hosted The Alter Negro Sho with John Minus, which was nominated for Best Podcast at the 2012 BlackWeblog Awards. Her own site, BlasianBytch.com was also nominated for the 2010 and 2012 Black WebBlog Award for best Sexuality/ Relationship site and was one of Sexforums.com Best of the Web in 2012. She is a frequent guest and guest host at the Hard N.O.C. Life podcast.
She currently writes freelance in addition to hosting TWiB After Dark as a video & audio podcast. N’jaila writes for ThisWeekInBlackness.com & WeNerdHard.com, she has contributed to Racebending.com, XOJane.com, TitsandSass.com and more.
N’jaila has been mentioned and quoted numerous publications and websites including Ebony.com, AVN Business, Bustle.com, Clutch.com, Blogher.com, Newsweek, Motherboard/ Vice, Mashable.com, Uproxx, The Pacific Standard, The Daily Beast.
Articles and Interviews with and by N’jaila can be found here