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Interview w/ Terrance Dean Author Of “Straight From Your Gay Best Friend”

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In today’s society, every woman needs a gay best friend—someone who gives it to her straight about life, clothes, sex, and relationships. For example, on the hit Bravo Network show, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” the breakout star, NeNe, has introduced the world to her gay best friend, Dwight Eubanks. On “Sex In The City,” Carrie Bradshaw often turned to her gay best friend, Stanford, and “Will and Grace” was all about the relationship between a woman and her gay best friend. The gay best friend—smart, sympathetic, and straight-talking—is the new must-have; no woman wants to be without one. Enter Terrance Dean and Straight From Your Gay Best Friend. Dean offers direct and to-the-point insights on some of life’s most challenging issues—family, friends, career, love, sex, and intimate relationships of all kinds—mixed with a little sass, wit, humor, forwardness, and spirituality, as only a gay man can do. He speaks candidly to women on healing their souls of past hurts in order to tap into their fabulousness. Dean gives straight answers on when to leave a relationship, how to make it last, how to open up, how to get into the dating game, when to stop being a doormat, and how—more often than you might think—she might just not be that into him. This book will help women discover the strength they need for a life of abundant success, prosperity, and happiness with loving relationships. And it’s all done from a place of love, coming from their gay best friend.Dean is also the founder/creator of Men’s Empowerment, Inc. It is an organization that is dedicated to the transformation of men of color in their communities for their own self-empowerment. It allows men of color to communicate, share and participate in an environment where brothers can “check their egos at the door” and create bonding relationships with one another. Website: www.mrterrancedean.com Blog: www.terrancedean.blogspot.com Twitter: @terrancedean