She Said, She Said is a podcast featuring lesbian couple Genia and Andrea. Genia is the host of SistersTalk Radio and Andrea is the assistant producer. In this segment:
*Lesbians posting dirty pictures on social networks
*Brooklyn lesbian video blogger Arielle Scarcella
*Review of movie ‘The Gymnast’
*Levels 1 – 5 of lesbian craziness
*SistersTalk weekly roundup.
Music at the end of this show: When the World Turned Off Its Lights – by Lucy Michelle and the Velvet Lapelles
Have you ever received a letter from a long-lost friend that brought back dozens of happy (or not so happy) memories? Have you ever found a box full of old pictures and letters in your attic? If you’ve ever experienced either one of these events, then you know the kind of emotions Lamar Ariel’s novel Ready to Male invokes in its readers.
Ariel presents candid memories of his life in 109 pages of dramatic and intense storytelling in 33 letters to family members, friends, strangers, exlovers and future lovers. I laughed while reading his letter “Dear Because I Said So,” cried while reading the letter “Dear You Said You Loved Me” and shook my head while reading “Dear Nice Guy.”
Ariel’s readers watch him live, love and learn as he desperately attempts to understand himself and the world around him. Every Ready to Male reader will see a reflection of himself (or herself) in this book and it doesn’t matter if you’re male or female, Black or white, gay or straight.