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The History of The Lesbian Lounge from MyLesbianRadio.com

March 18, 2016

Welcome! Where have you been?! "The Lesbian Lounge" Podcast is in it's 10th year! Started in 2006, your host Denise Warner was living in sunny South Florida about 2 blocks from her best friend, Donna. These two lesbian best friends would basically broadcast their weekly Girls Night to listeners, complete with drinks, smoke and snacks. The weekly crew consisted of the brilliant, nutty producer Vicki, revolving interns, managing partner and referee JRoe, the ever-Donna-doting butcher Deb and sexy smart-ass Jemma. Later, they included LGBT news, they hosted live events, interview popular LGBT guests and showcased LGBT businesses, music, and projects. 


As the podcast rolls into its 10th year, many changes have evolved. Denise moved to London, England after marrying Jemma. Listeners and fans followed their relationship from it's initial stages to the wedding and the move. Donna married Deb and the two remain close with Producer Vicki, although busy lives and careers took over and now they drop in from time to time as Denise has taken over hosting and producing from London. The show focuses on events and news happening in the U.S. and the U.K. - the global lesbian scene complete with headlines, pop culture, music, international LGBT guests and entertainment gossip. With over 4 million downloads, an extensive archive of shows, highlights, "Best Of" clips, and vintage classics from as far back as 2007, you can find old to new podcasts on iTunes searching "Lesbian Lounge" or "Denise & Donna" and as always "ReallyWow Productions" for the most current.

 

Guests have included: Jane Lynch (“Glee”), Sharon Gless (“Cagney & Lacey” and “Queer As Folk”), Melissa Etheridge, Mel B, Heather Peace, Ilene Chaiken, Daniela Sea, Janina Gavankar (exec prod, and actors from “The L Word”), Jill Bennett, Cathy DeBuono, Tracey Ryerson, Rolla Selbak, Suzanne Westenhoefer, Jill Zarin and Daniellle Staub (“The Real Housewives of NYC and NJ” of Bravo TV), recording artists Taylor Dayne, Martha Wash, God-dess & She, Bitch, Sophie B. Hawkins, Horse and comedians Judy Gold, Julie Goldman ("The People's Couch", "The Mindy Project"), Kate Clinton, Fortune Feimster ("Chelsea Lately"), Murray Hill, Dana Goldberg and Bridget McManus ("The Queen Latifah Show")