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#4 "I'm a lesbian." Featuring Former volleyball player Nanae Takizawa

She spent her school years feeling uncomfortable with love and her athletic career not telling her family that she was a “lesbian. She had a good friend who noticed without saying a word. What did her mother say to her when she came out? What is the reality of sexual minorities? What is gender freedom and equality? Takizawa talks with MC Hikaru Takahashi and navigator Osamu Suzuki.

Guest: Nanae Takizawa

  1. Tkakizawa is a former volleyball player. After she retired as a player, she was involved in volleyball as an instructor, coaching volleyball schools. She opened her personal gym, PERSONS Training Salon, in Roppongi, Tokyo in November 2019. She began her life as a full-fledged training instructor with more advanced training theories.


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Navigator: Osamu Suzuki

  1. Suzuki became a broadcaster at the age of 19.
    He was responsible for the construction of many hit shows, mostly variety shows.
    He has worked in a variety of genres, including writing screenplays for movies and dramas, writing and directing stage productions, and writing novels.


MC: Hikaru Takahashi

  1. In 2014, Takahashi won the Grand Prix for the 14th Japan Bishojo Content which led to her debut and immediate success through staring in various corporate commercials. Since then, she has appeared in numerous acclaimed works such as NHK Taiga Drama Onna Joushu Naotora (2017). Other than working as an actor, Takahashi has been active in a variety of fields including radio, television, and fashion.

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