Popular TV game shows of the past suffered from a lack of Jell-O shot guys, drag queens–with notable exception Charles Nelson Reilly–and a charity at their core. Not the Big Gay Game Show.
From leather daddies to guys selling Jell-O shots in their fashionable briefs, the Big Gay Game Show lived up its billing by delivering a special holiday version of the charity fundraiser.
The Big Gay Game Show continued its romp through retro TV game shows, infusing bawdy humor, plenty of Jell-O shots and loads of fun into a fundraiser to help homeless LGBT youth.
You really haven't done the Big Gay Game Show until you've experienced a black drag queen holding a "Crackers" sign. Or a porn star stripping off his shirt. But that's the fun of the monthly charity event.
Legendary cub promoters the Boulet Brothers hosted Big Daddy’s at Precinct, Downtown L.A.’s brand spankin’ new gay bar. Tattooed daddies kept the randy go-go boys in check, while DJs and drag queens kept the party raging well into t...