Jersey-born Judy is the author of “How Not to Date” (Sasquatch Books), and for the past eight years, has been writing a funny sex and love advice column called “Dategirl” for the Seattle Weekly. Though she doesn’t go in for anything more intoxicating than a couple beers, she spent four years working at High Times, and another three years in the field working as an ethnographer on an anthropological study of heroin use in NYC (translation: hung out with junkies and got paid for it). Remarkably, she discovered that heroin addicts were less irritating than potheads, but only marginally so. She’s written for a variety of anthologies, magazines and websites and can be found blogging at badadvice.typepad.com. She writes the weekly “Dating Don’ts” column for The Frisky.