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Some folks think taking selfies is the ultimate expression of narcissism, but selfies are important in shaping how we think of ourselves. After all, when you post a selfie you’re just one click away from having random strangers telling...Show More Summary
Even though folks have been crossdressing for entertainment since the dawn of time, the rise of the modern drag queen can be traced back to a some relatively recent events and a few key artists. Today, queer educator, doctor of dragShow More Summary
On the second season of Dragula, the search for the world’s next drag super monster, anime inspired drag queen Erika Klash was stabbed, shot, fed horrible food and worst of all, forced to tell the truth. Today Erika Klash, our favorite Nuyorican Harajuku drag queen joins us to give an exclusive look at Dragula Season 2.
We may be more connected than ever in this digital age, but folks are still searching for deeper connections beyond the casual hook up. For people like sex educator Barbara Carrellas, this presents an exciting new opportunity to look to the ancient art of Tantra once again and re-release her iconic book - Urban Tantra: Sacred Sex for the 21st Century.
In a perfect world, we believe that Melania Trump wouldn’t be our nation’s First Lady, and you know what? She’d probably agree with us. Today comedian Erin Diamond joins us to take a look at the world’s most unlikely first lady who she portrays in her new show “Christmas By Melania,” a holiday TV spectacular that also doubles as an hour long perfume commercial.
Hanukkah is just around the corner, where folks from all around the world wonder: why are Jewish people celebrating a blue and white version of Christmas? Don’t worry, comedian Meg Grunewald has got you covered with her holiday special,...Show More Summary
The holidays are upon us and we are about to be treated to the screaming sounds of children so it’s easy to imagine them as the starring monster in any horror film. Today horror movie maniac Peaches Christ joins us to kick off the holiday season with a look at our favorite films that feature sweet little angels of death.
The 1968 episode of Star Trek’s “Plato’s Stepchildren” features a groundbreaking moment as television’s first scripted interracial kiss. Since then, every Star Trek series has tried to live up to the original series’ legacy of diversity,...Show More Summary
Trump supporters and drag queens both agree on one thing: Muffy Fishbasket is slaying all the children. Today Muffy Fishbasket joins us to talk about Alex Jones’ InfoWars sending his own tragic drag queen Rainbow Snatch to spy in the house of love at the Austin International Drag Festival.
It’s not like gay comedians are followed onstage by unicorns and rainbows to clue the audience in that they are gay, so in order for the jokes to get a laugh, the comedians have to come out of the closet every time they perform. YouShow More Summary
The Austin International Drag Festival is a magical place where gender non-conforming artists and their friends gather to celebrate drag, but this year an undercover hack in a shake ‘n go wig filmed a drag show that catered to kids for...Show More Summary
In the cliffhanger episode “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum," Michael Burnham and her new boyfriend Ash have to fight Saru in order to unlock the secrets of a giant crystal antenna on a planet that lives in total harmony. What the Trek? Welcome to the podcast where we fabulously explore all the strange new episodes from the TV series Star Trek: Discovery.
More than a month after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, it seems like the US government is leaving Puerto Rico to struggle on its own. Amazingly, artists are coming together to help- Lin-Manuel Miranda's new song benefits relief efforts...Show More Summary
Time gets loopy in the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery- 'Magic To Make The Sanest Man Go Mad' as space swindler Harcourt Fenton Mudd tries to steal the Discovery's secrets. What the Trek? Welcome to the podcast where we fabulously explore all the strange new episodes from the TV series Star Trek: Discovery.
In survey after survey people have named “Who Let the Dogs Out” one of the most annoying songs of all time. The Baha Men’s song only reached number 40 on the Billboard charts but the song’s licensing to movies, karaoke dolls, and toShow More Summary
Struggling artists sometimes ask themselves: what would my career be like if I was in killer shape? Our guest today is comedian Cody Melcher who hosts the brilliant podcast Thome Foolery, a great show about bad books. Cody just taped a podcast looking at the Christian diet book “Help Me Lord, Devil Wants Me Fat” by the Reverend Doctor CS Lovett. Show More Summary
Trinity “The Tuck” Taylor stood out from all the other gals on Season 9 of RuPaul’s Drag Race because of her enthusiasm for the show’s insane premise and her wicked sense of humor. Today Trinity kiki’s with us from her champagne, red m&m and rose filled dressing room about RuPaul’s Drag Race and having her name come out of Chris Pine’s pretty mouth on Saturday Night Live.
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery, “Lathe," we get a glimpse of just how racist and deceptive Vulcans can be. Ambassador Sarek is almost killed by an undercover “logic extremist” who wants to Make Vulcan Great Again?! What the Trek? Welcome to the podcast where we fabulously explore all the strange new episodes from the TV series Star Trek: Discovery.
Although the Babadook is the latest creature to be crowned a gay monsters for refusing to be kept in the shadows, no other monster has inspired LGBT folks more than Frankenstein. Today Peaches Christ joins us from her secret laboratory to talk about Frankenstein and movie monsters that thrill LGBT folks
Watch as one of Broadway's hottest wig stylists talks about about Wigstock, HEDWIG on Broadway, Pee-wee's Playhouse and styling wigs for Bob The Drag Queen and Miss Peppermint all while making a delicious Turkey Schnitzel Sandwich.