ABOUT THE SERIES
Written, Produced and Directed by Jennifer Sands, Gayborhood Dallas is a new age soap opera based on a love triangle in the workplace between a married woman and Lesbian. Kenya, who is new to Dallas, falls for her supervisor J.T., as J.T. tries to save her 8 year relationship with her fiancé Alice. Alice fights for her relationship while J.T. lies about the affair between her and Kenya. During the process, J.T. finds a new workout buddy Paul, Kenya’s husband, who has no idea that J.T. is having sex with his wife. J.T. is also being haunted by her past as Slim, her old best friend, attempts to make her life a living hell holding grudges from their college years. In addition to J.T’s chaos, Cher has been in a relationship with Jodie, a woman, for two years while being married to her husband Robert. Little does Cher know that Robert has a second life which involves her best friend Leslee and her business deals. Leslee is deceived into signing a sex contract for six weeks with one of her ex partners. Leslee struggles to get out of the contract while being abused by her new master. This dysfunctional story web exposes social issues in the LGBTQ community many can relate to and have experienced. However, as you can see , not everyone in this equation is gay which leads to our famous quote: Not Everything is Gay in Gayborhood.
Jennifer Sands..Invite..I would love for you to Participant in our Literary Soul Symposium..this year held in Dallas..Sept 20-22. A WeekEnd Of Culture.
We want to help individuals gain more exposure to reading and writing. Additionally, we support unique authors in reaching a wider audience, and use books to assist in building greater intellectual, growth and development.
Specifically, The Literary Soul Symposium (LSS) is an event that seeks to celebrate African-American Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) authors and audiences by providing a forum for the exchange of constructive opinions on literature and culture. We invite all, who love literature (regardless of Race or Sexual Orientation ) to support this specular event, a full weekend of culture.
Each year a theme is developed to raise awareness on various issues and topics, and Authors and Speakers are invited to lead Breakout-sessions, Participate on Panels, and meet with those who love and enjoy literature and thought-provoking dialog in various forums.
2019 will be the 8th Annual event; the event will be held in Dallas, TX, September 20-22, with Book Club representation from Los Angeles, Houston, Austin/San Antonio and Dallas. We will have attendees from many other areas throughout the U.S. Our Keynote Speaker this year will be Darnell L. Moore..Author of No Ashes In The Fire.