For a while it seemed like every Chicago comedian that came on our podcast moved to LA. For comedian Bill Cruz the move was a real struggle- before he left, he broke his ankle and then his car broke down which for LA is like breaking an ankle all over again. Today, one of the funniest people we know- Bill Cruz, joins us to talk about the struggles to make it in LA.
Jarrett Hill was sitting at a coffee shop listening to Melania Trumps’ speech at the RCN when he noticed striking similarities to the speech Michelle Obama gave back in 2008. He tweeted his observation and it accusations of plagiarism...Show More Summary
The film "Mommie Dearest" single handedly cemented Joan Crawford as camp icon for drag queens to emulate but is it a an accurate portrayal of the real Crawford? Joining us is historian Bryan Johnson, who was inspired to create “The Concluding Chapter of Crawford,” a website museum dedicated to the last two decades of the actress’ life.
On Wednesday, one month after 49 people were killed in the deadliest mass shooting in American history at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub, law enforcement officials handed the club back to its owner Barbara Poma. Hours later, sometime between late in… Read The post Pulse Nightclub Burglarized One Month After Orlando Shooting appeared first on Towleroad.
LOGO TV announced they will debut a new Bachelor-esque style show called “Finding Prince Charming” where a gay male ‘bachelor’ allows 13 suitors to compete for his heart-on and it's hosted by Lance Bass, who the The Onion AV Club called...Show More Summary
You’ve probably been out and about and started talking to a cute stranger when things began to get weird and you thought to yourself- what kind of drugs are they on? Today, cosplay queen Fox E. Kim joins us to talk about myths and legends of our current drug culture and weird drugs from 60s everyone’s forgotten about.
Photographer Derrick Woods-Morrow likes to play a game while creating his art: he uses a stopwatch to figure out how long it takes him to approach an unknown man in public and get them to pose nude for his camera. Today, Derrick Woods-Morrow,...Show More Summary
While Lady Bunny was performing her hit show "Transjester" at the Stonewall Inn, President Obama declared the building and the area of the Stonewall Uprising as a National Monument. Today, Lady Bunny gives us a look at her early days...Show More Summary
People say “If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention” but we are more than angry, we are also heartbroken over the intolerable level of violence committed against people of color in the United States. Joining us today to help us make sense of all this madness is Fawzia Mirza, Pakistani-Canadian Muslim comedian, actress and international sex symbol.
Listen. Listen very carefully to the sound of my voice. You’re coming under my command right now, so take your clothes off, touch yourself wherever it feels good and let the good times roll. Joining us is professional hypnotist Serena Stone, who helps people become more productive and live the lives they truly want to live.
Georgie Darvidis, our gal pal from down under does an amazingly flawless Bjork impersonation in “Bjork at Work,” a parody web series where the Icelandic singer explores different odd jobs, from being a coffee barista to real estate agent. Today,...Show More Summary
Maybe everyone was on their best behavior because there were snipers positioned on the rooftops, or maybe it was that many folks decided to stay home due to the horrific Orlando Massacre, but this year’s Chicago Pride celebration was a festive, thoughtful and intimate event. Today we take a look at Pride celebrations, in Chicago, New York City, San Francisco and London.
In what may be the gayest album ever, DJ Ralphi Rosario presents “2 Sides to the Story” a collection of House music and bitch tracks inspired by shady queens, stripper DJs and other gay hi-jinks Ralphi has witnessed over the years as...Show More Summary
India may be the land of Kama Sutra, but many of the techniques in the book on how to get jiggy with it could land you in jail. Most recently, India’s Supreme Court undid their landmark ruling and recriminalized gay sex once again. Our guest today is George St George, who for the past two years has been living in India seeking adventure and exploring the country’s gay culture.
A lot of LGBT folks don’t become parents by accident. For most, it’s a conscious choice to bring a new person into this world and that process can be fraught with many unforeseen obstacles. Listen as renowned poet and performance artist Staceyann Chin joins us to talk about how she turned her wild ride to motherhood into a one woman show “Motherstruck.”
In the mid 80s, a broken healthcare system and a government content with letting people die from AIDS forced artists to make art that challenged, inspired and aroused the public to change their views on LGBT folks, HIV & AIDS. Today,...Show More Summary
Some sex advice columnists suggest spicing up your sex live by using spices, sprinkling black pepper under your lovers nose during sex or lipping a doughnut around someone’s dong and slowly eat it off! What the hell is going on here?...Show More Summary
Heklina is a living legend- she started her amazing drag show in San Francisco way back in 1996 that ignited the careers of countless entertainers including Lady Gaga, Peaches Christ and Ana Matronic. Today, Heklina joins us to take a look at the horrific shooting in Orlando and how gay bar owners are responding to the violence.
This year’s Pride season kicked off with the worst mass shooting in American history as a man armed with an assault rifle killed 50 people and wounded at least 53 at a gay club in Orlando, Florida. Today, we take a look at people’s reactions to the massacre, what it means for LGBT folks in Pride season, and what would Mister Rogers have said about the incident.
Behind every great drag queen is a great woman- female entertainers who inspired them to be the outrageous drag queen we all love. Today drag queen historian and video blogger Jaymes Mansfield, who draws his inspiration from the tragic 60s blond bombshell Jayne Mansfield, joins us to talk about the great women who inspired great drag queens.