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People love a good secret, and there’s no doubt that a lot of men in entertainment revitalized their careers by coming out of the closet, even though everyone already knew. Maybe it’s just a sign of the times that hunky musician Josey Greenwell is doing just that. Show More Summary
Gay men have always been very resourceful when it comes to finding sexy fun in a sometimes hostile world. Before guys found each other on apps and websites, they figured out creative ways to come together. Today Jack Ryan, TV host and...Show More Summary
For years Comedian Cameron Esposito was a regular on the podcast and even performed with us at a gay men’s bathhouse. Since then she’s moved to L.A. and done really well for herself. Listen as we reconnect with America's Lesbian Sweetheart...Show More Summary
For a group of people who love rainbows as a symbol of personal empowerment (not talking about teenage girls) LGBT folks aren’t always the most welcoming. Comedian Cody Melcher often feels rejected or humiliated by strangers while walking...Show More Summary
After 17 years of doing stage parodies of the movie Showgirls, San Francisco drag icon Peaches Christ is still not “too old for that ‘whorey look.’” Showgirls bombed when it first hit theaters in 1995. Since then the movie has become...Show More Summary
The most important thing in life is the relationships we create with others. One of the best ways to bring people into your life is to make awesome stuff and share it. But it’s not always easy being a creative spirit in a challenging world. Today Tom Goss joins us for a live music session and to talk about how to stay artistically motivated.
Guardians of the Galaxy blew up last weekend, with an impressive $94 million debut, making it the biggest August opening ever. Besides being a hilarious tribute to space action films, the summer blockbuster opens the door to awesome sequels and cements comedic hunk Chris Pratt as the Internet’s most favorite celebrity. Show More Summary
Market Days, the Midwest’s largest street festival, is just days away and it’s estimated that over 350,000 thousand people will be in attendance. Unlike the unwieldy mob of drunk people at the Pride Parade, Market Days is a heck of a...Show More Summary
Big surprise, gyms are filled with hot guys who for some crazy reason, would rather spend their time working out than paying attention to our desperate attempts for a sexy hook-up. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have chance of scoring. Today we take a look again at how to pick up a hot guy at the gym. Show More Summary
It was bound to happen. Someone has made a an app just like the Mean Girls “Burn Book.” Secret, the hot new app that allows users to anonymously share secrets has nabbed 25 million dollars in venture capital. Will Secrets ever become...Show More Summary
One of the most memorable entrances on any reality TV show was on RuPaul’s Drag Race, when Vivacious entered the workroom sporting a second head made from a foam wig stand. After what seemed like forever, Vivacious unzipped her green...Show More Summary
Pride parades in big cities are out of control! After decades of being a rallying point for LGBT folks, the parades now attract huge mobs that are more interested in having a good time than building community or equality. ThankfullyShow More Summary
Is this thing on? (Thanks Madison Hinton!) Reynolds Englehart was pretty upset after being kicked off early from RuPaul’s Drag Race, that he never watched the episodes he was on, until now.
Reynolds Englehart has a nose for strange and kooky characters. He’s best known for his drag-tastic creation, Magnolia Crawford who was kicked off early on the sixth season of RuPaul's Drag Race. Unfortunately, Magnolia Crawford was given a bad edit, and made to look like a miserable bitch. Show More Summary
Dolly Parton once said “It costs a lot of money to look this cheap.” People think theatrical make-up, hair and costume must be expensive to look good, but it’s certainly not the case. Our guest today, Shea Coulee, describes herself as a little bit bougie and a little bit banjee. Show More Summary
While most teenagers dream of becoming friends with the artists they adore, 16 year old Annecy manages to draw the attention of of the world’s top drag queens and even some pop stars. Sharon Needles calls Annecy her drag daughter. Listen...Show More Summary
Although Professor Larry La Fountain has made significant contributions to the field of Queer Latin American studies, he’s probably best known for his drag debut in “How to Make Tostones” which inspired our new web series Cooking with Drag Queens. Today Larry La Fountain joins us to talk about his fabulous second career as drag queen Lola Von Miramar.
A whole new generation of fierce drag queens is spawning here in Chicago. Thanks to the success of RuPaul’s Drag Race, people have developed a huge appetite for drag, and the people are hungry for more. Joining us today is the she-larious Trannika Rex, a drag queen whose name is 65 million years in the making. Show More Summary
In the latest issue of the comic book Life with Archie, the happy-go-lucky ginger from Riverdale, dies taking a bullet for his gay best friend, Kevin Keller. Today, Archie Comics artist and writer Dan Parent, who broke the news about the first gay character in Riverdale on this podcast, talks about Archie’s shocking death and the future of gun control.
The time has come, for us to stir-fry for our lives. We’re delighted to finally announce that the Kickstarter campaign for Cooking with Drag Queens, Season One has begun! Cooking with Drag Queens combines the gals who tuck and food into a fabulous new web series, where you’ll really get to know your favorite queens and meet some fabulous spicy new gals.