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As creative people pursuing careers in entertainment, we’re usually broke so we take a lot of unusual jobs to pay the bills. Today Amanda Cohen, joins us to talk about all the unusual jobs we’ve had over the years- working as an tv & movie extra, fortune telling, remaining still as a Mrs. Claus statue and even erotic face painting.
It wouldn’t be Easter without a podcast with our favorite bunny – Lady Bunny! Or as we call her, Lady Bernie, because she’s "feeling the Bern," and we’re not talking about that rash between her legs. Listen as Lady Bunny joins us to rant about the presidential primaries, and why corporate news obsesses over Donald Trump while ignoring the issues.
Today we’re joined by Zach Stafford, who writes in the Guardian that although society has progressed in embracing us gender and sexually nonconforming folks, many of us still hold onto the self-hate and shame from before, with sometimes...Show More Summary
Business writer Jackie Huba stood at a TED talk in Vancouver and told the mostly tech crowd “I don’t know if you realize it, but you’re all in drag RIGHT NOW.” Today Jackie Huba joins us to talk about her endearing TED Talk, “Unleash...Show More Summary
Today, we’re joined by the hilarious Nadya Ginsburg, who, like the real Madonna, is sick of being Madonna. Okay, maybe sick is a bit harsh, but Nadya thinks Madonna may be feeling a little creatively and personally limited by the expectations...Show More Summary
One of the hardest gigs on reality television is to be the first queen sent home on RuPaul's Drag Race because you never get to show the world everything you have to offer. Today Naysha Lopez, the first gal to go home from Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race joins us to talk about winning the prestigious Miss Continental 2013, and how it compares with being on Drag Race.
Jonny and Lady Red recently premiered a new season of their hit Youtube talk show Hey Qween as well as unveiling a new website filled with more “gayest of all time” content. Today we kiki with Jonny and Lady Red from their home in L.A. Show More Summary
Tom Goss gives lesbian singer Dusty Springfield's "Son of a Preacher Man" a gay twist with teens who fall in love. Look closely at the congregation at church and you'll see the lovely Deven Green sitting in the pews.
As much as Americans love televised professional wrestling, many dismiss the sport by saying it’s “not real” and that the fights are less painful than they look. But nothing is quite as torturous as some of the wrestler’s fashion choices. Today comedian Cody Melcher joins us to talk about fashion and televised wrestling. Show More Summary
The Reagan presidency is considered a colossal failure by people familiar with the crisis because the Reagans never dealt with the plague until hundreds of thousands of people had already died. Why did Hillary Clinton think it wouldShow More Summary
Comparing anyone to Hitler is stupid, but when the leading Republican candidate mimics Hitler’s rise to power, how can you blame anyone for making that comparison? Today, comedian Brian Sweeney joins us to take a look at his new book “Trump’s America, the Complete Loser’s Guide” which he collaborated on with Scott Dikkers, the co-founder of the Onion.
RuPaul’s Drag Race is back! Celebrating 100 episodes of glitz, glamour and wigged out queens, RuPaul gave the queens the ultimate challenge: redo a challenge from seasons past. Today our twisted sister Joan Waters joins us to take a look at the Feast of Fun packed Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race and what queens are the frontrunners who will ultimately steal the crown.
Today we give you an inside look at the mothership of American bodybuilding and fitness, The Arnold Sports and Fitness Expo in Columbus Ohio. Listen as we take a look at the strong ideas and dumbbell notions from the expo floor, the hot fashion trends in men and women’s bodybuilding and what do drag queens and bodybuilder share in common, besides their love for Instagram.
Has there ever been an Academy Awards ceremony that didn’t have some serious drama? It’s impossible to celebrate the rich and glamorous without getting a few tongues wagging. and bruising a few egos. Today we take a look at all the sizzling tea that’s still piping hot from the Oscars, and all the other dramatic moments from years past.
Before there were podcasts, blogs and social networks, there were zines, small, self-published photocopied magazines that managed to give voice to people on the fringes of culture. Today we’re talking to burlesque artist, photographer,...Show More Summary
Chris Rock “rocked” as the Host of the 2016 Academy Awards for beautifully chastising Hollywood’s disregard of black actors and films, saying-- "You're damn right Hollywood's racist... Hollywood is sorority racist. 'We like you Rhonda,...Show More Summary
Chances are you’re probably listening to this podcast at work— so here’s a little trick to keeping your spirits up on the job, if god forbid, your boss won’t let you access the show: instead of taking a coffee or smoke break, try going...Show More Summary
With over $500 million in global sales, Marvel’s box office success with Deadpool has finally shown Hollywood that audiences are snark hungry for a modern pansexual superhero. Our guest today is comic book writer, teacher, illustrator...Show More Summary
You can be as loud as the hell you want when you’re making love, but some people really know how to blow the roof off when having a good time. Today we take a look at the sounds people make during sex, and what it all means. Why are some guys grunters, others silent while some simply can’t shut up at all?
One of our favorite YouTube comedians is Charlie Hides who brings to life an ocean of hilarious divas, including an angst ridden Madonna fretting over her career while being tormented by other divas like Cher and Lady Gaga. Today, we chat with Charlie about sneaking into clubs as a young drag queen, working with Kylie Minogue and tapping into a diva’s psyche.