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Comedian Nadya Ginsburg is quite the chameleon. She’s able to flawlessly transform herself into not just Madonna, but also Britney Spears, Winona Wider, Jennifer Lopez and Cher in her hilarious web series the Madonnalogues. But did you...Show More Summary
After winning this year’s Reddit’s Lip Sync for Your Life Contest,” Joan Waters won yet another contest, Northwestern University’s production grant for having her own script turned into a television pilot. The show is tentatively isShow More Summary
You’d think with social media and the internet, it’d be a breeze to get people to come see your show, but it’s not. With the increased connectivity, we are presented with so many more options it can be overwhelming. Today the fierceShow More Summary
For almost ten years, Jonny McGovern has been a podcast star with his tour de force of faggotry “Gay Pimpin.“ We’ve shared many listeners over the years who have begged us to do a show together. Well here it is! Listen as worlds collide while we turn up the T and the shade all the way up to 11 as we kiki on all the queens and queer comedians we know and love.
Much of the youthfulness that gay men seem to possess probably stems from the fact that many of us had to postpone our adolescence due to a world that wasn’t hospitable to same-sex love. Today Josh Sabarra talks about his new book Porn Again: A Memoir where he gives us the brutal reality of his life as a closeted gay man working in Hollywood.
If your happiness relies on what you see on TV, you’re going to be miserable, so why not look to other forms of culture for inspiration. Maybe that’s why young people are turning to the internet for entertainment. Today we’re joinedShow More Summary
For being such an experimental art form, audiences sometimes get very critical of drag queens who defy expectations of what they perceive as feminine. It’s not always easy being a nonconformist in a world of gender non-conformers. Joining...Show More Summary
Prankster Dennis Chuyeshkov got a lot of attention for his video where strangers hurl insults at him as he walks through New York City dressed up as a very effeminate gay man, wearing tight orange pants and a black low-cut v neck t-shirt. Joining...Show More Summary
There are a lot of strange words used to describe or insult gay men: fruits, cock jockeys, donut punchers, Oaklahomos and bone smugglers. But ultimately our favorite slur word is “ting a ling a ling” a phrase that everyone credits to...Show More Summary
Hollywood isn’t stellar when it comes to casting out of the closet LGBT actors in roles that portray the LGBT experience. But thankfully that’s changing. Leading the way is trans actress Alexandra Billings, who holds the distinction of being the first trans woman to play a transgender character on television.
Neil Patrick Harris won a Tony Award for starring in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway, but we all know the real star is the spectacular wig design of Mike Potter. The task of styling these magnificent wigs for the show goes to legendary NY drag queen Perfidia. Show More Summary
Gay men love their divas. Whenever Cher, Madonna, Beyonce or Lady Gaga do a concert, gay neighborhoods are ghost towns as we flock to stadiums. Today New York’s Bob the Drag Queen joins us to take a look at our favorite divas and the defining moments that propelled their careers into the realm of legend.
On today’s live music podcast, we have Chicago’s LGBT music “It girl” Sami Grisafe! Sammi is giving us a sneak peek at her new album “Brand New Fairy tale” which features Eric Himan singing the hook in the title song. Listen as Sami weighs in on the rapidly changing music scene, and how artists are doing it for themselves.
Chicago drag queen Kim Chi named herself after the Korean spicy pickled cabbage. Her feathery sense of style combines an Asian esthetic with high fashion. One of her drag gal pals Trannika Rex describes her as Margaret Cho in a funhouse...Show More Summary
Fausto Fernós and Marc Felion, after being together for 15 years legally tie the knot in Chicago, with Deven Green officiating over the phone. Deven Green is well known for playing Betty Bowers, America’s Best Christian and the voice of movie phone in Canada.
We did it! On Halloween, Marc and I tied the knot and got legally married in Illinois by the fabulous Deven Green. We wanted to keep it simple and fun, so to celebrate we went out for a romantic dinner and then caught a movie. Today we reflect on our podcast wedding and celebration afterwards. Plus, all the hot news.
For many gay folks, being able to legally marry the one you love has been nothing short of a fantasy. But thanks to decades of hard work, people in most states in the country are now able to legally tie the knot. On today’s show, wedding...Show More Summary
There’s so much you can learn from horror and sci-fi movie monster couples, like Frankenstein and his Bride, Brad and Janet from Rocky Horror and Chucky and his wife Tiffany: these unconventional couples either made their relationship...Show More Summary
Oh sweet surrender! Whether it’s gristly doom or erotic orgasm, the buildup of tension and release is universal to pleasure. And that is why I put on my special black spandex outfit for you today!. We’re thrilled to present 50 Shades...Show More Summary