Folks are still shocked with the sad news that Prince died yesterday at his Paisley Park residence and recording studio complex, he was 57. Today, we take a look at the extraordinary life of Prince Nelson Rogers, his genius, his intense religious faith that may have kept him from seeking proper medical care, and his habit of creating music, films and videos that nobody ever saw.
In an unprecedented move, the U.S. Treasury announced they are removing slave owning President Andrew Jackson from the twenty dollar bill and replacing him with anti-slavery rebel Harriet Tubman. Suck it haters! Today, comedian and American...Show More Summary
Set your phasers on stunning hunties! Star Trek’s Sir Patrick Stewart dressed up in a pretty pink dress to promote his new comedy series “Blunk Talk” and the Internet is loving it! Today, we take a look at some of the gayest moments on Star Trek, a show that dared to go where no man has gone before, but seemed pretty timid when tackling LGBT stories and characters.
We’re mad about Joan Waters, a carefree drag queen who happily embraces her goofy side to the delight of audiences. Today Joan Waters joins us to talk about beating off 20 drag queens to snatch the crown in Trannika Rex’s drag contest, Crash Landing, which was a surprise win for this perennial drag underdog. Plus-- Happy Birthday Fausto Fernós!
Long before drag queens became drag superstars, many gender non conforming artists worked the Chitlin Circuit, a nickname given to venues where black and often queer artists could freely and safely perform in a racially segregated America. Today...Show More Summary
We love the wild women and outrageous plots of films like Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! Rocky Horror, Myra Breckinridge and Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, but despite their success as camp classics, after their release, the hunks who...Show More Summary
Long before people lined up to meet the reality TV stars from RuPaul’s Drag Race, comedian Charles Pierce packed the clubs from the 1960s to the 90s with his outrageous send ups of Hollywood’s Golden Age divas. Today we’re joined byShow More Summary
While cisgender women can certainly tear it up onstage, the don’t always get embraced by LGBT folks who may see them like a white rapper trying to gain acceptance from black folks. Our guest today is one of Chicago’s rising stars inShow More Summary
In Kansas, students will be awarded a whopping $2,500 bucks if they report a transgender person using the bathroom, which got our friend Jeffrey Jay thinking that he could “accidentally” get caught using the “wrong bathroom” and then...Show More Summary
Anyone who has ever had a bad break up knows that there are many different ways to cope with a broken heart- some sing, some dance, some fuck the pain away, but for others, they get crafty. Our guest today is artist Nathan Rapport, who created an adult coloring book as a way to deal with his own broken heart. Show More Summary
Out of the 100 drag queens that have battled it out on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Vivacious made one of the biggest impressions when she entered the work room declaring “mother has arrived.” Today, Vivacious weighs in on the new batch of gals from Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, and all the strong, iced cold tea RuPaul was serving in his latest interview.
Erotic blogger Clark Rogers has quite a hit on his hands and in his mouth! His video “how to perform fellatio” where he shows you in graphic detail how to go down on a plastic dong. Today, we’re taking a look at BLOW JOBS! Oooh! Listen...Show More Summary
Despite bringing in over $400 million dollars on its opening weekend, critics are panning the new Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice movie, calling it a “knight-mare.” Even the hilarious “Sad Ben Affleck” is turning into an Internet...Show More Summary
One of the sweetest drag queens to ever come out of RuPaul’s Drag Race is Latrice Royale, who like Dr. Dre is straight out of Compton, or gay out of Compton. Today, Latrice Royale joins us to talk about her new album “Here’s to Life,” a collection of jazz classics that pays tribute to strong black women in show business like Broadway’s Ruth Brown and jazz icon Shirley Horn.
As creative people pursuing careers in entertainment, we’re usually broke so we take a lot of unusual jobs to pay the bills. Today Amanda Cohen, joins us to talk about all the unusual jobs we’ve had over the years- working as an tv & movie extra, fortune telling, remaining still as a Mrs. Claus statue and even erotic face painting.
It wouldn’t be Easter without a podcast with our favorite bunny – Lady Bunny! Or as we call her, Lady Bernie, because she’s "feeling the Bern," and we’re not talking about that rash between her legs. Listen as Lady Bunny joins us to rant about the presidential primaries, and why corporate news obsesses over Donald Trump while ignoring the issues.
Today we’re joined by Zach Stafford, who writes in the Guardian that although society has progressed in embracing us gender and sexually nonconforming folks, many of us still hold onto the self-hate and shame from before, with sometimes...Show More Summary
Business writer Jackie Huba stood at a TED talk in Vancouver and told the mostly tech crowd “I don’t know if you realize it, but you’re all in drag RIGHT NOW.” Today Jackie Huba joins us to talk about her endearing TED Talk, “Unleash...Show More Summary
Today, we’re joined by the hilarious Nadya Ginsburg, who, like the real Madonna, is sick of being Madonna. Okay, maybe sick is a bit harsh, but Nadya thinks Madonna may be feeling a little creatively and personally limited by the expectations...Show More Summary
Jonny and Lady Red recently premiered a new season of their hit Youtube talk show Hey Qween as well as unveiling a new website filled with more “gayest of all time” content. Today we kiki with Jonny and Lady Red from their home in L.A. Show More Summary