Luna is a second generation Indian American and transgender woman. She grew up on the meager salary of two immigrant doctors, barely making enough to pay for her boarding school tuition. Despite this, Luna quickly became a rising star in journalism with her groundbreaking editorial work at The Princeton Review, one of the Ivy League's most progressive outlets. Having lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for now over 10 years, Luna continues to shine the harsh light of truth on America's seedy cultural underbelly. Her byline can be seen in such publications and 'zines as "Gender Attack!!!", "The Socialist Entrepreneur" and The Washington Post.
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