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The Forbidden Project: Is Butch-Butch Lesbian Dating, the New Down Low?

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Join me, Naya'Hri N. Zaire-Suhalia and Shonia Brown for Forbidden Love, a four-part discussion series focusing on stud/stud and stud/transgender attractions and relationships. This live broadcast will include featured guests, Kaysen Jaymerson Jordan, Tawanna Sullivan and other guest panelists.

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Kaysen Jaymerson Jordan was raised in Baltimore, loves the arts, and is currently looking for more active ways to become more involved with the LGBTIQ community. Currently, a student at Bowie State University, he is pursuing a B.A. in Graphic Design. At an early age, he knew he wanted to be in the world of digital media, film, and other forms of creativity and is now taking his hobby seriously. Now at the age of 24, he is finally living his life the way he sees fit.

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Tawanna Sullivan is one of the founders of KUMA.net, a Web site which encourages black lesbians to write and share erotica. Her work has appeared in "Longing, Lust, and Love: Black Lesbian Stories," "Iridescence: Sensuous Shades of Lesbian Erotica," "Purple Panties, Best Lesbian Erotica 2009" and "Spritied: Affirming the Soul and Black Gay/Lesbian Identity." Her sotry "Just Deserts" will appear in the upcoming anthology, "Swing! Adventures in Swinging by Today's Top Erotica Writers." She lives in New Jersey with her partner.

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