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On the Shelf for April 2020 - The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 45a

On the Shelf for April 2020 - The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 45a

April 4, 2020

On the Shelf for April 2020

The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 45a with Heather Rose Jones

Your monthly update on what the Lesbian Historic Motif Project has been doing.

In this episode we talk about:

  • Living through historic times
  • Individualism versus community in history and the present
  • How your podcast host is coping
  • Recent and upcoming publications covered on the blog
    • Bray, Alan. 2003. The Friend. Chicago, University of Chicago Press. 978-0-226-07181-7
    • Verini, Alexandra. 2016. "Medieval Models of Female Friendship in Cristine de Pizan's The Book of the City of Ladies and Margery Kempe's The Book of Margery Kempe" in Feminist Studies vol. 42, no. 2 365-391.
    • Lasser, Carol. 1988. "'Let Us Be Sisters Forever': The Sororal Model of Nineteenth-Century Female Friendship" in Signs vol. 14, no. 1 158-181.
    • Moore, Lisa. 1992. "'Something More Tender Still than Friendship': Romantic Friendship in Early-Nineteenth-Century England" in Feminist Studies vol. 18, no. 3 499-520.
    • Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll. 1975. “The Female World of Love and Ritual: Relations between Women in Nineteenth-Century America” in Signs vol. 1, no. 1 1-29.
    • Vicinus, Martha. 1984. "Distance and Desire: English Boarding-School Friendships" in Signs vol. 9, no. 4 600-622.
    • Faderman, Lillian. 1999. "Surpassing the Love of Men Revisited" in The Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review 6.2 p.26.
    • Bodek, Evely Gordon. 1976. "Salonières and Bluestockings: Educated Obsolescence and Germinating Feminism" in Feminist Studies vol 3 no. 3/4 185-199.
  • Announcing this month’s author guest, Edale Lane
  • New and forthcoming fiction
  • The Decameron Project
  • A transcript of this podcast is available here.

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Juliana And Valentina Meet - Juliantina - Lesbians On Screen

Juliana And Valentina Meet - Juliantina - Lesbians On Screen

April 3, 2020

Juliana And Valentina Meet

Lesbians On Screen

Season 1 Episode 2

 

In this episode we talking about how Juliana and Valentina meet and why it’s an awesome meet cute.

Juliantina, a lesbian couple featured in the show Amar A Muerte - A Mexican soap opera and they fast gained global popularity.

 

We look at:

  • Their meeting
  • Becoming friends
  • How we know it’s more than just friendship even this early on
  • The first pool scene
  • Val’s tendency to push things further

 

About the hosts

Sheena

Sheena has an honours degree in film and a passion for watching movies that started in her early teens. She is never far from her kindle or her netflix and is a super fan of content that specifically features lesbians or women loving women couples.

 

Monica McCallan

Monica McCallan was an enthusiastic fan of romance novels before she began writing them. Her first novel, Better than a Dream, was released in late December, 2017, and she's already hard at work on her second novel.

She lives with her partner and two tiny dogs, cannot parallel park to save her life, enjoys playing pool a few times a week, and has enjoyed every second of the craft beer explosion these last few years.

 

Links to Monica’s Lists of Juliantina stuff

 

https://medium.com/morning-boo/the-evolution-of-obsesi%C3%B3n-how-a-mexican-telenovela-is-taking-over-the-lesbian-world-bd75527c7e66

 

https://medium.com/morning-boo/part-ii-of-the-evolution-of-obsesi%C3%B3n-the-fantastic-world-of-the-juliantina-fandom-c815b664ffe2

 

Find Monica Online

 

Website https://www.monicamccallan.com/

Twitter https://twitter.com/monicamccallan

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MonicaMcCallan

4 Steps to Reframe Failure and Tips to Develop New Habits  - Seize the Day with Natalie Miller-Snell

4 Steps to Reframe Failure and Tips to Develop New Habits  - Seize the Day with Natalie Miller-Snell

April 2, 2020

Welcome to Seize the Day Podcast with Natalie Miller-Snell.

 

In todays podcast I discuss steps to help us reframe failure and offer tips to help develop new habits.

 

When we perceive things have failed, it’s important to address the cause and not the ‘symptom’.  Conversely, it is also important to review and celebrate when things go right.

 

Theory and evidence suggests ‘little and often’ is a sustainable way to achieve long term habit changes, and these can be formed in as little as a few months.

 

“Forget mistakes. Forget failure. Forget everything except what you’re going to do now and do it.” Will Durant, 1900s

 

I hope you enjoy the show!

 

 

REFERENCES

OXBRIDGE (2019). Life Coaching Course Notes.

LALLY, P . (2009). How are Habits Formed: Modelling Habit Formation in the Real World. European Journal of Social Psychology. Online.

SHORT, ‘et al.’ (2010). Evaluating the Impact of a Peer Coaching Intervention on Well-Being Amongst Psychology Undergraduate Students. International Coaching Psychology Review Volume 5 No. 1. Online: BPS SGCP in association with the APS IGCP.

 

 

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Uprooting by Suzie Carr - Book Clips

Uprooting by Suzie Carr - Book Clips

April 1, 2020

Uprooting by Suzie Carr

Book Clips 

Welcome to Book Clips, the mini podcast where authors and narrators give you a taste of a book with a short snippet. 

In this episode we hear a reading from Uprooting by Suzie Carr

Synopsis 

"WOW isn’t a strong enough word. This was so much more than just a good story. It gave me insight into my own life. There were personal gains and losses, trials and tribulations, pain and pleasure. It kept me on my toes and made me FEEL! The ending was so perfectly perfect that my heart swelled and I teared up in happiness and was left with a warm contented feeling." - Amelia Faith, book reviewer

On a fateful spring afternoon, two strangers meet at a musical event and a spark of an idea brings them both the opportunity to right some wrongs. Meet Harper Ray, an undiscovered musician who’s willing to dig weeds, clean houses, and give guitar lessons to stay afloat. A childhood tragedy has kept her blocked and has limited her ability to see and live her potential. Ivy Homestead is a green witch and life coach. Her life purpose has always been to help people live their best lives. But after hurting her best friend over a year ago, Ivy has struggled with feelings of inadequacy. What they both discover will test their strength and have them questioning what they're willing to risk to find their way back home within themselves and each other.

 

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Dating These 7 Different Types Of Lesbians - Les Talk About It

Dating These 7 Different Types Of Lesbians - Les Talk About It

March 30, 2020

Dating These 7 Different Types Of Lesbians

Les Talk About It Episode: 5 of 12 of the Dating Season

 

Join Tamara and Sheena as they talk about Dating These 7 Different Types Of Lesbians in this episode of Les Talk About It.

 

In this episode - dating tips for the:

  1. Lipstick Lesbian / High Femme
  2. Butch / Stud / Diesel Dyke
  3. Chapstick / Soft Butch / Stem Lesbian
  4. The Power Lesbian or Alpha Lesbian
  5. The Baby Dyke / Newly out
  6. The Pillow Queen / Princess
  7. The Vegan / Hippy / Artist / Indie Lesbian

 

Les Talk About It Series: Dating

Dating is not just a fun exploration of yourself and your partner but it is an important step in your life. In this series we break down lesbian dating and talk about it.

 

About The Hosts

Sheena comes from a media background and in 2014 she started The Lesbian Review, a website dedicated to reviewing the best lesbian books and movies. In 2016 A podcast channel seemed like a natural progression and so she started The Lesbian Talk Show

Sheena discovered lesbian fiction in her late teens and it helped her with her coming out process, something for which she will always be grateful. 

Tamara is a marketing professional and has branched out into design and photography. Her natural love for research and learning meant that she was the perfect podcast partner when Sheena wanted to start Les Talk About It. (Well, that and the fact that Tamara is married to Sheena.) 

 

You can find all of the Les Talk About It episodes here 

 

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Bertolina Guercia - The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 44d

Bertolina Guercia - The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 44d

March 28, 2020

Bertolina Guercia

The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 44d with Heather Rose Jones

The story of a 13th century Italian woman who seems to have openly had sexual relationships with women.

In this episode we talk about:

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What’s Your Series with A.L. Brooks

What’s Your Series with A.L. Brooks

March 27, 2020

What’s Your Series with A.L. Brooks

Les Do Books with Tara and guest A.L. Brooks

This week, Tara’s joined by A.L. Brooks (Never Too Late for Heroes), a self-confessed “bit of a geek” who has created a Grand Classification for Romance Series (GCRS). Is your favourite series a pure, shared universe (which sub-divides further into closely and loosely shared universes) or an evolving universe series? Get comfortable — unless you’re stuck in your lesbian cave, in which case come on and join us — and find out! 

Angela’s Recommendations (as sanctioned by the GCRS):

Tara’s Recommendations (unsanctioned by the GCRS)

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How to Find Your True Path - Curves Welcome

How to Find Your True Path - Curves Welcome

March 26, 2020
How to Find Your True Path - Curves Welcome
 
Curves Welcome with Suzie Carr
 
Today’s episode is inspired by my character Emma from The Fiche Room. It has to do with learning to embrace what’s in your heart even when it doesn’t jive with the dreams others have for you.
 
I remember when I first told someone important to me that I wanted to write a novel. This person nodded, smiled politely, and carried on with her activity at the time, dismissing the idea as something incredibly idealistic and silly.
 
That dismissal caused me to question if the person had it right, was writing a book a silly idea that would lead nowhere? Who was I to write a book anyway? And what if it failed miserably? The person would be able to look me in the eye and say I could’ve told you that would happen.
That kind of stuff used to bother me back then.
 
But thankfully, I did have strength in me to move past the dismissal and try my hand at it anyway.
 
Tune in to listen to the lessons I've learned about this. 
 

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Donning The Beard by EA Kafkalas - Book Clips

Donning The Beard by EA Kafkalas - Book Clips

March 25, 2020

Donning The Beard by EA Kafkalas

Book Clips 

Welcome to Book Clips, the mini podcast where authors and narrators give you a taste of a book with a short snippet. 

In this episode we hear a reading from Donning The Beard by EA Kafkalas read by Katelyn Pekrul

 Synopsis 

A gender-bending, historical romance.

In 1777, when Gabrielle’s mother dies in childbirth she is left to be raised by her father Lord Guillemot, a soldier in the King’s Army.

Orphaned Madeline is sent to live with her aunt Aimée, the lord’s housekeeper, and work for Lord Guillemot. She is assigned to care for the lord's daughter, Gabrielle, and finds her best friend and the love of her life.

Gabrielle's father discovers that she has taught Madeline to read and write, and tries to put an end to their friendship. They thwart his plans only to find that he has arranged a marriage for Gabrielle to Damien. Her fiancé proves to be a vile man, and unbeknownst to Gabrielle, Madeline poses as Alexandre, a new suitor. Alexandre challenges Damien to a duel of swords.

When Gabrielle discovers her new love’s true identity, the fall out sends them on a journey that takes them out of the rising French Revolution into a magical theatrical world in England. There, with the help of an actor and their father’s paramour –the grand dame of theatre– Mademoiselle Babcock, they think their dreams of have come true.

When Gabrielle’s father is rescued from imprisonment and makes his way back to England, will their dreams be dashed or will they finally get their happily ever after?

 

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Check out our review of this book on The Lesbian Review https://www.thelesbianreview.com/donning-the-beard-ea-kafkalas/

 

EA Kafkalas Online

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How To Find A Date She Will Love - Les Talk About It

How To Find A Date She Will Love - Les Talk About It

March 23, 2020

How To Find A Date She Will Love

Les Talk About It Episode: 4 of 12 of the Dating Season

 

Join Tamara and Sheena as they talk about How To Find A Date She Will Love in this episode of Les Talk About It.

In this episode we give you over 50 ideas for dates on which to take that special woman in your life. These dates are broken up into the following categories:

  • If She Is Into Action
  • If She Is Super Creative
  • If She Loves Culture
  • If Giving Back Is Important
  • If You Have To Date Digitally

 

Les Talk About It Series: Dating

Dating is not just a fun exploration of yourself and your partner but it is an important step in your life. In this series we break down lesbian dating and talk about it.

 

About The Hosts

Sheena comes from a media background and in 2014 she started The Lesbian Review, a website dedicated to reviewing the best lesbian books and movies. In 2016 A podcast channel seemed like a natural progression and so she started The Lesbian Talk Show

Sheena discovered lesbian fiction in her late teens and it helped her with her coming out process, something for which she will always be grateful. 

Tamara is a marketing professional and has branched out into design and photography. Her natural love for research and learning meant that she was the perfect podcast partner when Sheena wanted to start Les Talk About It. (Well, that and the fact that Tamara is married to Sheena.) 

 

You can find all of the Les Talk About It episodes here 

 

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Movie Review: Portrait of a Lady on Fire - The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 44c

Movie Review: Portrait of a Lady on Fire - The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 44c

March 21, 2020

Movie Review: Portrait of a Lady on Fire

The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 44c with Heather Rose Jones

A look at media that asks us to embrace the harder parts of history

In this episode we talk about:

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Why Juliantina Are The Best Kind Of Lesbians On Screen

Why Juliantina Are The Best Kind Of Lesbians On Screen

March 20, 2020

Why Juliantina Are The Best Kind Of Lesbians On Screen

Lesbians On Screen Season 1 Episode 1

 

Today Sheena and Monica are are talking about Juliantina, a lesbian couple featured in the show Amar A Muerte - A Mexican soap opera and they fast gained global popularity.

We look at:

  • Why the rep is groundbreaking
  • Why it's important to have a planned lesbian couple in a show
  • Why having a coming out story like this is still important
  • What makes Juliantina one of a kind
  • Juliantina did what Clexa didn’t

 

About the hosts

 

Sheena

Sheena has an honours degree in film and a passion for watching movies that started in her early teens. She is never far from her kindle and is a super fan of content that specifically features lesbians or women loving women couples.

 

Monica McCallan

Monica McCallan was an enthusiastic fan of romance novels before she began writing them. Her first novel, Better than a Dream, was released in late December, 2017, and she's already hard at work on her second novel.

She lives with her partner and two tiny dogs, cannot parallel park to save her life, enjoys playing pool a few times a week, and has enjoyed every second of the craft beer explosion these last few years.

 

Links to Monica’s Lists of Juliantina stuff

 

Link 2 to Monica's Juliantina stuff

 

 

Find Monica Online

Website https://www.monicamccallan.com/

Twitter https://twitter.com/monicamccallan

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MonicaMcCallan

 

3 Reasons Why Kindness Matters - Seize the Day with Natalie Miller-Snell

3 Reasons Why Kindness Matters - Seize the Day with Natalie Miller-Snell

March 19, 2020

Welcome to Seize the Day Podcast with Natalie Miller-Snell.

 

In todays podcast I discuss 3 reasons why kindness matters.

 

  1. Reduced Depression
  2. Greater Sense of Belonging
  3. Improved Results

 

Kindness is about doing what you can, where you are, with what you have.

 

I hope you enjoy the show!

 

REFERENCES

https://usmc-mccs.org/articles/7-reasons-why-teaching-children-kindness-is-essential/

https://www.psychologytoday.com/gb/blog/pieces-mind/201712/the-importance-kindness

 

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Haunting Love by KA Moll (pt1) - Book Clips

Haunting Love by KA Moll (pt1) - Book Clips

March 18, 2020

Haunting Love by KA Moll

Book Clips 

Welcome to Book Clips, the mini podcast where authors and narrators give you a taste of a book with a short snippet. 

In this episode we hear an excerpt from the audiobook for Haunting Love by KA Moll narrated by Emily Beresford

 

Synopsis 

Anna Crestwood was raised with the strict beliefs of a religious sect nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. She's a lesbian with a ton of baggage - fearful, guilty, and alone. Very few things would compel her to leave the familiar. The job offer of a lifetime is one of them. Against her better judgment, she packs up and moves to Illinois. Unfortunately she's not there long before she's convinced that the devil is hunting her down.

Gabe Garst is a police officer. She's also a powerful medium. Her work with juvenile delinquents and ghosts is all that keeps her going. Inside she's dead, certain that her capacity to love is buried six feet under. Talking with and seeing the dead has always come easily, and yet for some reason she's not able to communicate with her late wife. She's grieving, depressed, and alone. Suicide seems like the best option. It's just a matter of time.

Anna's and Gabe's paths cross. Their attraction is immediate, but they hold back until all hope seems lost. As good battles evil, two tortured souls must engage in a struggle to overcome demons of their own.

 

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How To Make The First Move - Les Talk About It

How To Make The First Move - Les Talk About It

March 16, 2020

How To Make The First Move

Les Talk About It Episode:  3 of 12 of the Dating Season

 

Join Tamara and Sheena as they talk about How To Make The First Move in this episode of Les Talk About It.

In this episode we talk about

  • How to overcome your fear of making the first move
  • Pre-date confidence builders you make you feel good
  • The dreaded awkward moment
  • Honesty and feelings
  • Let her know why you like her
  • Listen to her
  • Have fun!
  • There is no con to consent

 

 

Les Talk About It Series: Dating

Dating is not just a fun exploration of yourself and your partner but it is an important step in your life. In this series we break down lesbian dating and talk about it.

 

About The Hosts

Sheena comes from a media background and in 2014 she started The Lesbian Review, a website dedicated to reviewing the best lesbian books and movies. In 2016 A podcast channel seemed like a natural progression and so she started The Lesbian Talk Show

Sheena discovered lesbian fiction in her late teens and it helped her with her coming out process, something for which she will always be grateful. 

Tamara is a marketing professional and has branched out into design and photography. Her natural love for research and learning meant that she was the perfect podcast partner when Sheena wanted to start Les Talk About It. (Well, that and the fact that Tamara is married to Sheena.) 

 

You can find all of the Les Talk About It episodes here 

 

Contact Sheena And Tamara 

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Tamara’s Podcaster Profile

Sheena’s Podcaster Profile

 

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Interview with Catherine Lundoff of Queen of Swords Press - The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 44b

Interview with Catherine Lundoff of Queen of Swords Press - The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 44b

March 14, 2020

Interview with Catherine Lundoff of Queen of Swords Press

The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 44b with Heather Rose Jones

An interview with the founder of Queen of Swords Press about the process of starting a publishing company.

In this episode we talk about:

  • Schedules and timelines
  • Finding the balance in content
  • What to tackle by yourself and when to bring in experts
  • Making the finances work
  • How success can trip you up
  • The surprising cross-market potential of dapper lesbian capybara pirates
  • Books mentioned - you are encouraged to buy through the Queen of Swords website
    • Silver Moon by Catherine Lundoff
    • Out of This World by Catherine Lundoff
    • Murder on the Titania by Alex Acks
    • Medusa’s Touch by Emily L. Byrne
    • Scourge of the Seas of Time and Space edited by Catherine Lundoff
    • Wireless by Alex Acks
    • Unfinished Business: Tales of the Dark Fantastic by Catherine Lundoff
    • The Voyages of Cinrak the Dapper by A.J. Fitzwater
  • A transcript of this podcast is pending.

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5 Character Driven F/F Books Charley Clarke Recommends

5 Character Driven F/F Books Charley Clarke Recommends

March 13, 2020

5 Character Driven F/F Books Charley Clarke Recommends

Les Do Books with Tara and guest Charley Clarke

This week, Tara’s joined by Charley Clarke (debut novel Always a Love Song) who has brought her favorite character driven romances to talk about.

Charley’s Recommendations:

Find Charley Clarke online:

More info

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How to Be There for Someone - Curves Welcome

How to Be There for Someone - Curves Welcome

March 12, 2020

How to Be There for Someone

Curves Welcome by Suzie Carr

Certain situations carry a tremendous power because they are teachable moments. They allow us to show up and be there when it matters. They allow us to understand how small details mean so much. To send that card. To buy that person a coffee. To leave a favorite chocolate bar on their desk. To bake a casserole. And perhaps most notable, to show up not having all the answers but having all the love that can comfort those moments of unknowing.

Tune in to explore this with me.

 

SHOW NOTES:

Books Mentioned:

Grab a copy of Uprooting, the novel mentioned in this episode:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B084TTKYWP

Patreon Links:

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Subscribe to me on Youtube and keep up with my journey: https://www.youtube.com/user/SuzieCarrNovelist

Grab a free gift from me: http://curveswelcome.com/

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For A Moment’s Indiscretion by KA Moll - Book Clips

For A Moment’s Indiscretion by KA Moll - Book Clips

March 11, 2020

For A Moment’s Indiscretion by KA Moll

Book Clips 

Welcome to Book Clips, the mini podcast where authors and narrators give you a taste of a book with a short snippet. 

In this episode we hear the first chapter of the audiobook for For A Moment’s Indiscretion by KA Moll narrated by Emily Beresford.

 

Synopsis 

With 10 years of marriage under their belt, Zane and Jaina are coasting. The little things they used to do for one another have fallen by the wayside. They've gotten busy with life. They've forgotten to nurture their love and relationship. Even soul mates can stumble on hard times and have marital difficulties.

At 47, both are successful professionals. Jaina is an associate professor in a renowned school of social work. Zane is the pastor of a large congregation. They have two kids, one in juvenile detention, and the other anxious. When Zane joins the faculty of a seminary, in addition to her full-time job responsibilities, she's short on time, and neglects Jaina.

Enter Amelia, a new faculty member in Jaina's building. She's new in town, young, and very pretty. She's also not at all how she seems. Oh, and she's very interested in Jaina. When an argument with Zane causes Jaina to storm out angry, she reaches out to Amelia. Of course, she seizes the opportunity. And for a moment of indiscretion, Jaina could lose everything.

 

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14 Ways To Find Someone To Date - Les Talk About It

14 Ways To Find Someone To Date - Les Talk About It

March 9, 2020

14 Ways To Find Someone To Date

Les Talk About It Episode:  2 of 12 of the Dating Season

 

Join Tamara and Sheena as they talk about 14 Ways To Find Someone To Date in this episode of Les Talk About It.

In this episode we talk about these 14 ways to find other women who love women and where to find possible people to date:

 

  1. Meetup
  2. Social clubs and sports teams at your learning institution
  3. Ask Darlene Vendegna about pickleball 
  4. Volunteer
  5. Find women run events, organisations and businesses
  6. Art school
  7. Local sports teams
  8. Big international women’s sports events
  9. LGBTQIA personals on Instagram
  10. Attend concerts that draw women or lesbians
  11. For US based Lesbians visit Cherry Grove or Province Town
  12. Join a book club
  13. Ask your friends and family
  14. Online dating

 

Les Talk About It Series: Dating

Dating is not just a fun exploration of yourself and your partner but it is an important step in your life. In this series we break down lesbian dating and talk about it.

 

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Sheena comes from a media background and in 2014 she started The Lesbian Review, a website dedicated to reviewing the best lesbian books and movies. In 2016 A podcast channel seemed like a natural progression and so she started The Lesbian Talk Show

Sheena discovered lesbian fiction in her late teens and it helped her with her coming out process, something for which she will always be grateful. 

Tamara is a marketing professional and has branched out into design and photography. Her natural love for research and learning meant that she was the perfect podcast partner when Sheena wanted to start Les Talk About It. (Well, that and the fact that Tamara is married to Sheena.) 

 

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