Carren Strock was 43 when she attended a local book club and met the woman who left her with a life changing questions... "is it her, or am I a lesbian."
The author and pioneer went on to write one of the most prolific pieces of queer literature, a groundbreaking book called Married Women Who Love Women, first published in the 1990's and now in it's third edition.
The book started as a way for Carren to feel less alone, and it has helped thousands of people feel the same around the world.
She joins Sophie from her home in New York, to chat about the book, her coming out journey, and her relationship with her husband who she is still married to decades on.
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You can get your copy of Carren Strock's book Married Women Who Love Women, here.
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Host: Sophie Cachia
Our guest: Carren Strock
Executive Producer: Talissa Bazaz
Audio Producer: Leah Porges
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