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One of the most extraordinary and she-larious drag queens we adore is Coco Peru who came of age during New York City’s AIDS crisis in the early 90s and after 25 years is still going strong. Today, we chat with Coco Peru from her mom’s...Show More Summary
It’s no secret that LGBT folks have had a profound influence on the arts but they’ve also had a tremendous effect on scientific discovery even though they often had to hide who they were. Today, we are joined by science journalist Vincent Gabrielle to explore the lives of extraordinary LGBT scientists who changed the world.
When Mike Martin exquisite works of outsider art went to auction, many of you wrote in, demanding that we get one of his busty mannequins. Miraculously we got one, and she is a beauty! Today, we take a look at Mike Dale Martin’s mysterious menagerie of marvelous mannequins and the newest redheaded member of the Feast of Fun family.
A contemporary of RuPaul and Lady Bunny in Atlanta, DeAundra Peek's cable access show ran for years and although she was loved by many, DeAundra mysteriously disappeared, never to be heard from again, until now. Today, we’re talking to the fabulous DeAundra Peek about her early days in drag and her friendships with all these glorious drag queens.
Latinos for Trump founder Marco Gutierrez who says that if you don’t do something about Mexican immigration “you're going to have taco trucks on every corner." Is that supposed to be a bad thing? Today, we’re chatting with Vice Squiwly Bones about what’s life like for her as an undocumented Mexican drag queen and working tech support for a shady shady self-help guides company.
Anyone want a slice? Ginger pie is also known as a “chess pie.” These pies became popular during the American Revolutionary War, where it was considered good manners to keep a chest full of pies in case a hungry soldier stopped by and...Show More Summary
You’ve heard the saying that you are your own worst enemy, but when you’re a drag queen you’ve got two enemies: you and your drag creation. Today, Chicago drag queen Eva Styles joins us to take a look at the wide variety of popular styles of drag queens, and which ones are sisters or natural born frenemies.
Most people credit Faye Dunaway for turning Joan into a high camp icon that’s still on everyone’s mind, even though Miss Crawford died in 1977. Today, writer John Hamilton joins us to talk about his new book Mommie Smearest, which brings the Hollywood legend back from the grave to comment on the superficial nature of celebrity.
Fame is a tricky thing: although it can lead to a glamorous lifestyle, it also carries with it the terrible risk that you’ll come face to face with the dark side of humanity. Today, Peaches Christ joins us to take a look at the spooky stories of Hollywood actors who were murdered in real life, and her amazing three week run as Crystal Connors in Showgirls the Musical.
RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars is now back, and this time it’s doing everything that Drag Race does best: campy drama, wacky talent shows and wild drag queens untethered. Today, we give you the run-down on the all new RuPauls’ Drag Race All Stars 2, the All Stars Cast Iconic Looks of VMAs and what to expect from the series.
Trump may be sucking up the LGBT people but nobody’s buying it, especially Cher who just called him a fucking idiot. Joining us today is writer Derek Elliot Bagley who is worried that now that LGBT folks are part of mainstream politics, we are losing what makes us special and that we may miss out on the chance to change the world.
It’s official! Jen Richard’s groundbreaking web series Her Story, about two trans women who find love after giving up on that second hand emotion, is nominated for an Emmy. Today, the lovely Jen Richards returns to Feast of Fun to give us a behind the scenes look at the making of Her Story and the controversies behind Caitlyn Jenner’s reality TV show I Am Cait.
Drag queens in the past would have been be mortified to get caught hooking up with a guy while in drag. Nowadays, gender is much more fluid, and performers who don't identify as trans don’t mind dolling it up to get the sexual attention...Show More Summary
The Radical Faeries began in the late 70s as a gathering of mostly gay men seeking to redefine queer consciousness and amazingly enough, Faerie communities popped up all over the county where they continue to thrive. Joining us today is creative spirit Seth Nayes, also known as Madame Marvel in Chicago’s nightlife scene, who just had his first faerie experience!
Netflix’s newest hit, the spooky sci-fi series, Stranger Things, started off as an experiment where the filmmakers tried to see how many scenes from classic 80’s films they could fit into a trailer. Today, the fabulous Carma Nibarger,...Show More Summary
Viva is an extraordinary film that captures the struggle of a young hairdresser named Jesus, played by Héctor Medina, who is trying to make it as a drag queen in Havana, Cuba. Today we chat with Viva’s director, Irish filmmaker Paddy Breathnach about making a film about a young man who is finding his voice in the drag queen scene in Cuba, a country trapped in time.
Peter S Kim, 1st generation Korean, ex-evangelical Christian and Korean sex symbol joins to talk about why all Korean moms are funny, the best practices for catfishing on hookup apps and why it’s better to get along with people rather than fight with them online for a little publicity.
The Vixen has had quite the week- she was featured in a major newspaper article on just how real the struggle is, which prompted an online fight with Gia Gunn from RuPaul’s Drag Race, but best of all, her episode of Cooking with Drag...Show More Summary
Serving up fish! Out of all the many wonderful dishes that come from Louisiana, one of the most iconic is gumbo- a rich, flavorful soup that's literally a melting pot of cultures. Today we’re joined by one of Chicago’s hottest dancing queens, The Vixen, who like this phenomenal dish uses all the crayons in the box and all the spices in the rack.
With looks based on Pokemon and other anime characters, New York City drag queen Erika Klash just may be something out of Japanese animator’s wild fever dream. Today, Erika Clash joins us to talk about her super kawaii style and how drag queens use hook-up apps to bring new fans to their shows.