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“Insightful, practical, heartfully and psychologically sound, The Pathway to Love provides the steppingstones to creating genuine love in your life.  It is a must-read for those who value honesty, authentic commitment to self and other, and appreciate relationship as a vehicle to self-actualization.”

—Michael Bernard Beckwith, author of Spiritual Liberation~Fulfilling Your Soul’s Potential


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“Coming Out Kinky” Sunday October 10, 1:30PM PST– LATalkLive

This week’s Guest: Jean Franzblau, actress, playwright, corporate trainer and producer of “Coming Out Kinky”

Sexuality is defined in many ways. Some like it hot, some like it not. The journey toward sexual maturity is not as straight forward as you may think. There are many people who suffer from shame, fear and isolation as they begin to experiment with different approaches to sexual relationships and their own sexual proclivities. Join me and my guest Jean Franzblau as we discuss the various ways people enjoy and explore their sexuality, including how to find your way to a healthy relationship with your own sexuality and sexual preferences. This will be one stimulating conversation and one you won’t want to miss (although viewer discretion is advised, especially for those under aged).

About Jean: Jean Franzblau is a corporate trainer and the writer/performer and producer of the play, Coming Out Kinky - A Grown Up Story. As a corporate professional, Jean has given presentations on topics such as customer service, communicating with diplomacy and stress management in six countries for up to three hundred people. As an artist, she started off as a kid performer in Hollywood, Florida. After UCLA and a summer of study at the Neighborhood Playhouse, Jean was cast as Libby in Neil Simon's I Ought To Be in Pictures at the Long Beach Playhouse. She also won the part of Darcy in the NBC telefilm, Her Last Chance, with Jenna Elfman and Kelly Martin. Jean debuted her YouTube film, Internet Dating thirteen years ago. With film festival screenings and pitch meetings under her belt, Jean has produced thirty-three more videos along with the preview theatrical production of Coming Out Kinky. 

Check out Jean’s new video and website for her show:  www.KinkyJean.com