Jade speaks with Jo-Ann Mc Intyre, the organizer of Sister Space weekend about this history, the importance, and the fun! Our hosts discuss how Black women are killin' the game at this year's Olympics.This year's Sister Space weekend takes place September 9 - 11, 2016. In this issue, we discuss how clutter may or may not matter in a relationship. Tagg Nation is back to discuss their online dating experiences and more. Download this episode Katy Ray speaks with Sara Howard and Timothy Elliott about their upcoming road trip #Tinder Across America.Jade gives us a little queer history on the ultimate lesbian: Sappho. The duo will be meeting up with dates and new friends across the country.
The ladies discuss the future for the LGBTQ community, especially queer people of color/Latinx communities.This episode includes a special interview with Jose Plaza from the GLBT Latino History Project.Over the past two years Rainbow Fashion Week has attracted over 25,000 queer and gay-friendly attendees in NYC.Tag Jones is an attractive 24-year-old whom Rachel hires as her assistant at Ralph Lauren in Season 7. Soon however, he finds out that she likes him, and they begin an affair. Tag later tries to get back with Rachel but is soon scared off after learning she is pregnant.His résumé contains qualifications like "three years of painting houses" and "two whole summers at T. She dumps him on her 30th birthday when she realizes Tag is not mature enough for her and that she should be looking for a more serious relationship. He has the same red, Italian-designed sweatshirt as Ross, which Ross had on when Emma was conceived, causing some confusion as to who the father was (Phoebe and the friends believed it to be Tag's until Ross reclaims it).
Rachel picked him for the job because of his good looks, but believed that her attraction to him would not be a problem.
At one time Rachel cannot remember his last name when asked by Gavin Mitchell Her response was "He..didn't have a last name.
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