Dolores Deluce spent several lifetimes living and working with the sassiest of queens, from San Francisco’s Cockettes to the legendary drag queen Divine. And just like her unique friendships, the jobs she’s taken to support herself as...Show More Summary
Moments like this happen once in a lifetime. As you’ve probably already heard, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Marriage Equality, making it also possible for people to add rainbow filters to their social media profile pictures. Today...Show More Summary
As a teenager, Sara Andrews was inspired by the film Too Wong Foo to become a drag queen. Later on, she came to realize she was also trans. And just like her mentor Calpernia Addams, she stuck with drag. Today, the lovely Sara Andrews joins us to talk about being a trans woman in love with a trans guy, dressing up as Sarah Palin and her recipe for fried baloney sandiwches.
Surprisingly for a rapper, Cazwell doesn’t brag whole lot but his sexy, playful videos have gotten him “mad props yo” as a serious name in music. Today we’re hanging out with Cazwell in the home studio, talking about his latest and most intense video, Downtown, that was shot in his apartment that he converted with some fabric and lighting into a decadent pleasure palace.
Today, Lola Von Miramar, the only drag queen in our series with a Ph.D. (and that’s not just piled high and deep) joins us to talk about the delicious things that didn’t make it into her Cooking with Drag Queens episode. Throughout his...Show More Summary
Who’s a good boy? You’re a good boy! One of our favorite fetishes is human pup play, where good folks get on all fours for a little canine themed fun to take a break from the stress of the human world by personifying a different being. Today,...Show More Summary
What happens when you mash up a soap opera with a horror film? You get Hell Town, a place where all the hot jocks you knew in high school get sliced and diced by the Letter Jacket Killer. Today the film’s director Steve Balderson joins us to talk about incorporating soap opera themes into a slasher film, what he learned from the late great actor Karen Black.
After eight long years, Dixie Lynn Cartwright is leaving her day job teaching the developmentally disabled to chase her dream of being a drag superstar. She’s leaving a lot of stress behind but she’s hella nervous as to what the future has in store. And maybe you should be too now that she’s out on the loose!
Our guest today began his musical career as a prank, wondering what would happen if a thick and juicy gay bear owned the stage like a bad-ass rapper. And here he is– the hilarious Big Dipper– the Ursa Major of rap music talking about getting his audience horny, why his lyrics make you laugh as they speak the truth. Represent!
At the height of her drag career, Dida Ritz mysteriously disappeared. After losing her drag mom she needed time to breathe and find inspiration. It’s hard to keep a fierce queen down, so Dida is back with a vengeance and taking no prisoners! Today...Show More Summary
Our lovely friend, musician Tom Goss packed up his guitar and husband Mike and moved to Beverly, Hills that is- Bryan Singer pool parties, and porneau stars. Tom moved to L.A. to dive into the wonderful community of artists living there...Show More Summary
With Caitlyn Jenner’s new TV show, Orange is the New Black’s upcoming 3rd Season and genderqueer Violet Chachki crowned as America’s Next Drag Superstar, there’s a lot of exciting trans moments happening right now. Riding this new wave...Show More Summary
At this year’s International Mr.Leather competition, Jefferson Tugger marched onstage wearing a fierce cape and stiletto heeled boots to proclaim that no matter who you are, it’s fabulous to be yourself. Today, the gender non-conforming Mr. Phoenix Leather Jefferson Tugger joins us to talk about how the world has reacted to his viral video.
Spoiler alert! In what’s sure to be a controversial decision, RuPaul crowned Violet Chachki America’s Next Drag Superstar, over two audience favorites, Pearl and Ginger Minj. Joining us today to talk about the upset, is our fried chicken...Show More Summary
Talk show personality Ross Mathews has been involved in some pretty amazing TV projects over the years and now he’s one of the most popular judges on RuPaul’s Drag Race. Today, Ross joins us to talk about his extraordinary life in Hollywood,...Show More Summary
Times are changing- more than 1.2 million people in Ireland voted for Marriage Equality, in what was once a very staunch Catholic country. The Vatican called the unprecedented vote a “defeat for humanity. Meanwhile, Irish American Vice President Joe Biden, said the U.S. Show More Summary
Pleasant Gehman has had many jobs and lived many lives. From being a scenester in LA’s punk rock scene to interviewing Kurt Cobian shortly before his death, Pleasant earned her nickname the Queen of Everything. Pleasant is now working...Show More Summary
Brian Brown's mask is slipping, and the National Organization For Marriage president is now admitting that he just believes we are "disordered" beings who are not living our best: [Relevant Radio] Don't worry, Brian—your days of being "attacked" (by which...
We love to talk about scientific studies that examine gay men, but we seldom if ever get a chance to actually talk the people who do the research. Well, today that’s changing with our guest, Teddy Semon, a human sexuality researcherShow More Summary
Flip Benham refers to gay rights as "the Devil's agenda": Kenyn Cureton believes that gay people are "poor, deluded souls" who are "simply pawns in the hands of their malevolent master" (i.e. the Devil): "Who do you think is ultimately...