You need more Tracy Queen in your life.
You wanna know why? Of course you do…
In Tracy Queen‘s writer Lynsey G‘s words:
Some more insight from Lynsey G on the topic:
“I felt this was the right time to launch ‘Tracy Queen’ and bring this message of female empowerment home through this unlikely and uniquely American character, Tracy Queen,” Lynsey G said. “She is a champion of women and women’s rights and isn’t afraid to take on those who shame women for being sexual. She’s a feminist. She’s a warrior. She’s sex-positive. She’s great with a sword – truly a new kind of hero for the #MeToo generation!” – Lynsey G
Tracy Queen tells the story of a twenty-something Tracy Queen, whose boyfriend just discovered that she’s part of her grandfather’s organized crime syndicate and dumped her. At the end of a very bad day, Tracy befriends a talking raccoon who inspires her to get away from her grandfather’s stifling control. She soon realizes she can make money by web camming and dives in, feeling empowered and self-sufficient. But that’s when she realizes how truly repressed women are for being sexual or doing sex work. Soon, she is fighting for her life and those of other women facing predatory men bent on victimizing them.
Check out these Tracy Queen reviews and write-ups:
I enjoy variety, which is why I’m talking with Lynsey G. from Oneshi Press during Episode 355! She’s one of the driving forces behind that company, and she also writes two of the series in their Oneshi Press Quarterly Anthology series. Right now, she has a Kickstarter project going on for Tracy Queen Volume 1, which deserves your support! … -read more-
“I felt this was the right time to launch ‘Tracy Queen’ and bring this message of female empowerment home through this unlikely and uniquely American character, Tracy Queen,” Lynsey G said…. -read more-
When Lynsey G began her journalistic career she met many empowered women who created the life and career they wanted. But while reporting on the adult entertainment industry and learning the stigma and discrimination facing sex workers and other women for simply expressing their sexuality even before the #MeToo movement began, she knew she wanted to do something to empower women… -read more-
So how do you get some of this Queen into your life:
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