Female moderated chat

Mora-Blanco sat next to Misty Ewing-Davis, who, having been on the job a few months, counted as an old hand. Most of them were friends, friends of friends, or family.

On the table before them was a single piece of paper, folded in half to show a bullet-point list of instructions: Remove videos of animal abuse. They talked and made jokes, trying to make sense of the rules. "Otherwise it’s just painful." Videos arrived on their screens in a never-ending queue.

But what we wanted to create with was a place where women who date other women come together and answer questions about ex-girlfriends, friendships, family relationships and other topics that we have unique (and differing) perspectives on.

We’ll have a different panel of lezsplainers (as we affectionally call them) every episode, sharing their own thoughts, ideas and experiences.

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