“To L and Back” L Word Podcast Episode 209: Late, Later, Latent

Good morning to the seagulls and Helena Peabody’s glistening skin, it’s time for a VERY SEXY episode of The L Word in which Tina and Bette reunite for a little afternoon delight, Jenny and Carmen warm the porcelain together, Dana goes strap-on shopping, Tina is living her best Robe Life and wants to get the neighbors involved. Bette and Helena meet up for a top-off at the CAC with special guest Allyn Barnes and we all get a sneak-peak of our favorite short film, “Shane/Carmen Love Confession.”

Episode Index:

+ Reality Bites
+ A Simple Favor
+ Movies and television shows filmed at The Orpheum Theater
+ A little tip for Dana and Alice: How to Buy a Strap-On Dildo for Lesbian Sex and How to Buy a Dildo
+ Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne Sex Bench
+ Christo’s Realized Projects
+ The Indian In The Cupboard brought race issues to kid lit
+ The Velvetpark cover story we were talking about:

A cover of the magazine "Velvet Park" featuring the cast of The L Word. In order from left to right, Jenny, the creator Ilene Chaiken, and Bette stare knowingly at the camera.

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