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Has the whole world has gone mad? Kim Davis gets away with bogus marriage licenses, CEO Martin Shkreli raises meds prices 5000%, joggers & dads with baby strollers duke it out in Brooklyn and then Azaelia Banks punches a passenger on...Show More Summary
It seems kind of crazy but hemp, which is found in home insulation, skin cream and candy bars is still illegal to grow in the United States. Today we’re joined by hemp advocate Anndrea Herman Listen to talk about the many marvelous uses of hemp and what it’s going to take to legalize it. Plus: the truth behind medicinal cannabis oil.
Folks are fuming mad at Martin Shkreli, a hedge fund millionaire who’s made the news by buying a Daraprim, a vital AIDS and cancer drug,then raising the price a whopping 5000%. Today we take a look at the Internet’s new public enemy #1 who may ultimately inspire people to demand universal healthcare.
You’ve heard the expression butch on the streets, femme in the sheets, but some guys are butch on the streets, femme in their speech, so much so that they get mistaken for a women while talking on the phone. Our guest today is Chicago...Show More Summary
We’re thrilled to see our friend comedian Matteo Lane all over the TV set, from his appearances on Comedy Central and MTV, Matteo is making a big splash on the little screen. Today, Matteo joins us to talk about Kim Davis, the Republican Presidential debates and Ahmed the little clock builder from Texas.
This summer, Peaches Christ is having the time of her life performing her critically acclaimed show “Return to Grey Gardens” in the gay entertainment mecca of Provincetown. Today Peaches Christ joins us to tell us some true tales of horror- from barking with Jinkx Monsoon to Hollywood actresses who were murdered.
The votes have been counted, and by a wide margin, drag queen Gloria Swansong is this year’s winner of Reddit’s Lip Sync for Your Life contest! Today last years’ winner Joan Waters joins us to chat with Gloria Swansong about the contest, her outrageous musical MFA.
A lot has changed since we last spoke to the she-larious Trannika Rex, our fried chicken queen from Cooking with Drag Queens, Season One. Today Trannika joins us to talk about how to work Periscope while hungover and which Drag Race girl tried to pick her up in P-Town.
As crazy as it sounds, in the mid 1960s, the right wing group Moral Re-Armament created Up with People, The Madonna Bar Mitzvah voguing boy, Shaun Sperling, returns to tell us about his life in a musical cult- Up with People, which aimed to bridge cultures through song and dance. But in reality, it was a conservative effort to thwart liberal youth movements in the 60s.
Drag queen Cherri Baum from the House of Haunt in Pittsburgh pranked the internet (well mostly Reddit) by saying she was cast on RuPaul's Drag Race, but was kicked off the show for slapping someone. Today Cherri Baum comes clean and tell us why she started the whole bitch-slapping rumors.
Men in drag has always been a staple of TV comedy, but audiences felt safe knowing that the man in the dress was really straight, that is until Terry Sweeney came along to play Nancy Reagan on SNL. Today Terry Sweeney joins us to talk about his new memoir: Irritable Bowels and the People Who Give You Them.
Even though MTV doesn’t actually show any music videos anymore, the MTV’s Video Music Awards keeps coming back every year and this year, host Miley Cyrus saved the lackluster show by dancing with 30 drag queens dressed up as monsters. Joining us is Reddit’s Lip Sync for Your Life reigning champion, the she-liarious and she-lovely Joan Waters.
After 18 years in business as a gay male escort website, the offices of Rentboy.com were raided by the Department of Homeland Security. Some folks say the Feds busting Rentboy is reminiscent of the Stonewall-era police tactics of raiding gay bars and bathhouses. The news should send a shiver down the spine of any small business owner and freelancer.
Before drag queens competed on reality TV, there was Chicago’s Miss Continental Pageant, which, 35 years later, is still the world’s top pageant for gals with fierce looks and sizzling acts. Today Natasha Douglass, a fantastic queen from the pageant scene joins us to regale us with tales of girls battling it out for the crown.
New music video from Tom Goss: No matter the dancers, the dance is always the same. Love is love.
One of our favorite people in the world is Tracy Tyler, who in the early years of this podcast delighted our audience with delicious tales of her sexy excursions. Listen as Tracy Tyler gives us a sneak peek at her new album of music, fills us in on her roller coaster romantic life, the final body count in her bloody videos and her thoughts on the reality TV show "I Am Cait."
A new book “Not Gay: Sex Between Straight White Men” by Jane Ward is making folks more aware than ever that straight guys get into all sorts of gay fun. But not everyone is cheering them on: Writer Zach Stafford says he’s way over bros wanting to suck the cock, but not walk the walk, and even worse, this phenomenon may even make things shittier for black gay men.
Pleasant Gehmen has had an incredible life: as a little girl she got in trouble turning men’s nudie magazines into pamphlets she’d sell at recess. Later, she went on to work as a stripper, belly dancer and now a paranormal investigator! Listen...Show More Summary
It was a thrill to see our good friend Kate Bornstein chatting it up with Caitlyn Jenner on the latest episode of “I Am Cait,” so we had to follow up to get all the T. Kate warned the Olympian reality TV star that she’ll have to “deal...Show More Summary
Do you ever get asked on dating apps: “are you a masculine?" For many of us our gender expression is complicated so we're left scratching our heads figuring out where these guys are coming from. Today we’re joined by drag queen Joan Waters to talk about guys who obsess so much about masculinity that they become the biggest queens!