Family Research Council president Tony Perkins has revealed that he will be on CBS News' venerable Face The Nation this coming Sunday ostensibly to discuss the upcoming Supreme Court cases on marriage: [FRC] That being so, I've assembled a list...
Come and get it! Our first episode of Cooking with Drag Queens is up and folks are devouring it. Today Dixie Lynn Cartwright joins us to talk about the things that didn’t make into the soup- her father’s true relationship with Elvis, her twin brother who is a Christian minister and more about Dixie’s adorable boyfriend actor Curtis Jackson.
You asked for it, you paid for it, and now you shall receive it in ABUNDANZA! The wait is over folks, Cooking with Drag Queens is officially here! Our new SHE-licious web series that combines two of America’s favorite pastimes: dragShow More Summary
Nicole Paige Brooks was a little freaked out when she first saw people on the internet referring to her by her initials N.P.B followed by the letters F.A.G. until she discovered it was a reference to her appearance on RuPaul’s Drag Race,...Show More Summary
One of the hardest working queens is undoubtedly Peaches Christ who puts on big budget shows that feature many beloved drag queens. Sounds like a pretty amazing life to you! Still, even with all the splendiferousness, Peaches keeps a...Show More Summary
Hilary Clinton launched her campaign by throwing shade at the country’s rich and under taxed, but like most candidates she won’t be nailing down any specifics just yet. Today gay rights activist Andy Thayer joins us to tell us why, even...Show More Summary
A lot of people want to be more daring in their sexual adventures, but they just can’t seem to overcome their hangups. To overcome their hesitation, some people use erotic hypnosis to help with sexual health and arousal, and exploreShow More Summary
Language is a delicious melting pot of cultures, but just like that tasty cheese fondue pot you got as a gift, sometimes you can get burned. Today, the delicious Shea Coulee from Cooking with Drag Queens Season One, has a lot to sayShow More Summary
The battle between equality and religious fundamentalism is now taking place in pizza parlors and bakeries. What is it about white flour that makes people go nuts? Today writer Zach Stafford from the Guardian joins us to take a look at the Holy Pizza Wars- how groups on both sides of the table are serving up politics with a side of cheese sticks in 30 minutes or less.
Last year in the U.S, six gay men were murdered after meeting up for sex with other guys. Most of the victims met their assailants through hook up apps like Grindr, but one victim in South Carolina, Stephen White, encountered his killer...Show More Summary
This week, they really played up the rivalry between Michelle Visage and Merle Ginsberg on RuPual’s Drag Race but they never really said why Ginsberg got the boot from the show. Today we spill the T on why she got booted with Fox E. Kim, a a Chicago cosplay queen who serves up some stellar Jeri Ryan Seven of Nine Star Trek realness when she's not dressing up as a sweet old lady.
Sometimes the way a person talks gets a whole lot more attention that what they are actually trying to say. It's not right, but you are judged all the time on how you express yourself and it may cost you a whole lot more than you think. Today...Show More Summary
Audiences everywhere booed RuPaul’s decision, saying neither Trixie nor Pearl should have been up for elimination. Even Lady Bunny and Alaska voiced their support with #justice4trixie. Today Trixie Mattel gives us a deeper shade of pink and she shares with us the intense emotions she felt after being forced to lip sync for her life against her gal pal Pearl.
Not everyone is a master when it comes to the affairs of the heart. Comedian Joseph William Reese finds it very awkward to date and actually prefers eating dinner alone over the garbage can rather than having dinner with someone else. Today we’re trying to change all that. Show More Summary
I like Bill Maher and like his show even more. But his closing monologue on this past week's show was largely off-base and misdirected: Regardless of his personal feelings for the stories he mentions, Maher's take is actually the on...
As the end of Downton Abbey approaches, it’s appropriate that we’re also seeing the end of the political career of one of its biggest fans, Aaron Schock. Once a rising star in the Republican Party, the former Men’s Health model was under...Show More Summary
Comedian Meg Grunewald does Crossfit in a wig and costume because it’s the only way to hide from the cult and still get a workout in. Not really, she does it to entertain her massive following on Vine, the app that let’s you be the star...Show More Summary
Phi Phi O’Hara is now free as a bird, after spending 30 days in the gay section of a Texas jailhouse. Interestingly enough, the gay inmates were subdivided into two- the butch section and the femme section. You’ll never guess which section this controversial drag queen was put into. Today Phi Phi O’Hara joins us to talk about her stint in the big house!
RuPaul is pissed and people are pissed off at RuPaul! RuPaul’s is pissed because this season of Drag Race has more leaks than a screen door on a submarine and it looks like the hole isn’t getting plugged up any time soon. Folks are even more upset because RuPaul keeps sending the wrong queens home, first with Tempest DuJour and now one the most popular girls from this season.
Trixie Mattel may be famous now but we knew her way back when. Well, since October of 2014 when we first interviewed her. Listen as we test Trixie’s poker face about wether she got on RuPaul's Drag Race and her two month long illness she endured this past summer. Cough Cough.