A Plus Podcast Episode Six: Starting Over

This month on the A+cast: the seasons are turning and we're starting over with a new format and stories about people making big changes. It's our first ever THEME episode: "Starting Over." Riese talks to her mom about coming out as a lesbian later in life. Crystal and Carolyn have a conversation about getting married and immigrating to the US. Brittani talks to Orange Is The New Black writer (and Samira Wiley's girlfriend) Lauren Morelli about becoming a screenwriter, moving to LA and coming out. Alex and Sarah Croce remember the road trip that brought them across the country to start new lives. Your producer-hosts, Samara and Julia, are along for the ride.

This episode was produced by Julia Wetherell. You can listen right here or download it. Enjoy!

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