The late-blooming lesbians – feature in the Daily Mail

Four women discuss how they fell in love with women in their thirties … in the DAILY MAIL newspaper…

Four Featureworld clients told their stories in the Daily Mail recently. Each one has been married and all have children. But during their thirties they all fell in love with a woman and are now lesbians.
The article discussed new research that says women’s sexuality is more fluid than previously thought. It asked have these women become gay or have they always been gay but didn’t want to recognise it within themselves until they were older.
All of my ladies have been interviewed by me before, so felt confident about contributing to an article again.

Afterwards Lynn said: “It’s been a pleasure doing another article with you. Let me know if there are any others I can do.”
Meanwhile, Beverli said: “Many people would not feel comfortable discussing such a personal issue with a journalist but you are so easy to talk to and never judgemental.”

These interviewees are just a selection of gay clients on my books. Some others would have been happy to be interviewed for this feature but did not fit the criteria – for this article we were looking to speak with ladies who had been married with children and then came out in their thirties or forties.
But another lesbian couple aged in their twenties – clients at Featureworld – will shortly be appearing in a women’s weekly magazine to tell the story of how they have had two babies.
If you are gay or have a delicate story you wish to share, then do contact me.

Alison Smith-Squire

Alison Smith-Squire is a writer, journalist and media agent selling exclusive real life stories to newspapers, magazines and TV. She owns the sell my story website, which was set up to help ordinary people sell their stories to the press.

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