Our modern gay identity can trace many of its roots to the city of Berlin, Germany where the concepts of gay rights, queer culture and solidarity arose during the VIE MAR Weimar Republic until tragically crushed by the rise of the Nazis. Today,...Show More Summary
Sooner or later every drag queen who is sexually active has to tell the folks they are hooking up with that a big part of their home is chock full of sequins, wigs, gowns and make-up. Today we’re joined by Joan Waters, love child of John Waters and Joan Cusack to talk about the not so secret sex lives of drag queens. Show More Summary
Has anyone ever said this to you? Heavy, heavy, you got so heavy baby. You better lose some weight. Telling someone to get in shape doesn’t really do anything, and in fact some studies show that it has the opposite effect. Today writer...Show More Summary
TV theme songs just aren’t what they used to be. Maybe it’s because we grew up watching these shows, but there’s no denying that theme songs from the 70s and 80s were pop chart hits, and still get us going to this day. Today DJ MarcShow More Summary
In part two of “Deven Green Just Called to Say I Love You” we continue our conversation with Deven Green about the key to making a great relationship and why it’s never a good idea to move to LA to chase stars. Plus-- The world’s oldest erect dong. and which drag queen truly is a very nice person.
We absolutely adore our gal pal Deven Green, who is best known for her hilarious “Welcome to My Home” parodies and being Betty Bowers, America’s Best Christian on YouTube. Deven has a new gig dispensing relationship advice for Goliath magazine, so we asked her to dive deep into love, getting into a xheavy discussion on the affairs of the heart. Show More Summary
The Vixen done with trying to grab all her tips while she’s death dropping on stage. So— she’s releasing a new single “Money on the Floor” to encourage the children to leave the munty on the floor so she can nab it at the end of herShow More Summary
In the biggest redesign of the Barbie doll brand in over 50 years, toy maker Mattel has updated the iconic Barbie doll to come in different shapes, skin tones and hair textures, prompting Time magazine to declare “’Fat’ Barbie CouldShow More Summary
We meet a lot of wonderful people in the home studio while taping this podcast, but sometimes guests go from being a dream to a nightmare. Today we’re talking about the WORST houseguests ever! People who got too drunk, raunchy and wild...Show More Summary
Our guest today is comedian Shannon Noll, who awoke her same-sex desires during an acting class exercise and then went home to tell her boyfriend all about it. Besides bearing an uncanny physical resemblance to Ellen DeGeneres, Shannon...Show More Summary
J Seth Anderson and Michael Ferguson were the first same sex couple to be legally married in the state of Utah, home of the Mormon church which poured millions into measures nationwide that aimed to deny people the right to marry. More...Show More Summary
Once upon a time, there was a little white girl who grew up in the Brewster Projects of Toledo, Ohio. Little Wendy Jo Smith grew up to become the sassy Wendy Ho and now drag queens love to lip sync her outrageous songs in nightclubsShow More Summary
Since the AIDS crisis of the late 80s, condoms have been urged as gospel for gay men to prevent the spread of HIV. But that’s all changing now with PrEP, the use of anti-HIV medication to keep HIV negative people from becoming infected. Today...Show More Summary
Today we’re joined by the hilarious Carma Nibarger, who likes to challenge her audience by forcing them to guess whether she is having her period or not, which leaves some folks squirming in their seats while others laugh it off. Listen...Show More Summary
Like all awards ceremonies that celebrate the rich and powerful, The Academy Awards has a huge diversity problem with not a single black actor getting a nomination. Today we’re joined by the brilliant Peaches Christ, drag queen and film...Show More Summary
Working in media, we get many hilarious requests from publicists, but our friend Robyn Pennachia, who writes about popular culture and all things girly for The Frisky got an oddball press inquiry asking her “Is your vagina a party vagina?” Sounds...Show More Summary
While living in L.A, comedian John Loos, wondered about what kind of woman enjoys listening to radio personality Delilah. And so— Sheryl, John’s drag creation, was born. Today John Loos joins us to talk about his love for creating eccentric female characters while in real life, he’s a former high school football player who stands at 6’3 and weighs a very muscular 220 lbs.
We live in a complex world, full of injustice, racism and prejudice, so it stands to reason that some of that bigotry may be sneaking into our private sex lives without us even knowing it. Today we’re chatting with writer Zach Stafford...Show More Summary
Season 12 of Feast of fun is here! Although we are ready to celebrate our anniversary, we are also experiencing the tragic loss of David Bowie, the influential gender and genre defying artist whose amazing career lasted decades and helped open up the world to LGBT artists and nonconformists of all shapes and sizes. Part 1 of 2.
2015 was unquestionably a big year for queer folks. The Supreme Court blessed same-sex marriage in June, and Caitlyn Jenner's coming out moved trans issues more forcefully into the public consciousness than ever before—just to name the most obvious examples. Show More Summary