467. Realizing Sexuality Through Romance with Tara Scott

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Tara joins me to talk about how reading lesbian romances helped them realize their sexuality after having grown up in a very conservative religious environment.

Side trips include Robin Hood in many varieties, “Don’t Stop Believing,” and movies to watch while kinda stoned.

Romances help people understand a lot of aspects of themselves, and I love hearing about how reading has helped Tara live more authentically.

TW/CW: we talk about growing up queer in a conservative church environment, the specter of conversion therapy, and the discovery of mass graves at Indigenous residential schools.

Music: purple-planet.com


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Here are the books we discuss in this podcast:

You can find Tara at Smart Bitches, and at Lambda Literary and The Lesbian Review. And don’t miss their podcast, Queerly Recommended!

We also mentioned:

The Indian Residential School Survivors Society 
The Playboy Sheikh’s Virgin Stable Girl

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