Cosmopolitan has their heart in the right place— for a major publication, they are pretty cheeky when it comes to giving their readers sexual advice, but for some insane reason, much of that advice will land you in the hospital. Today,...Show More Summary
LGBT folks come in all shapes and colors, even shades of miserable, conservative beige. A gay journalist who says he used to be liberal is now saying he’s ready to come out as conservative, claiming he’s a victim of all the outrage over...Show More Summary
Love is hell! Valentine’s Day is almost upon us and while we are happily in love- it wasn’t always the case. We had to go on some really bad dates and kiss a lot of frogs before finally catching a prince. Today, comedian and former Korean talk show celebrity Vickie Eisenstein, joins us to talk about the weird dates she had while living in Korea.
The documentary TV series, My Trans American Road Trip, our friend, comedian Jeffrey Jay's dad Mark got a lot of attention for being loveable and for his unusual explanation on why everyone must embrace transgender people. Today Jeffrey Jay talks about his amazing dad and his obsession with Cooking shows on YouTube.
The trailer for Season 9 of RuPaul’s Drag Race triumphantly declares: “Drastic times call for drag-tastic measures.” Amen to that, RuPaul. Today, mother has arrived again! Jamaican born goddess Vivacious from season six of RuPaul’s Drag Race joins us to take a closer look at all the colorful creatures from the new season.
Today, we take a look at the trouble gay guys face when they have to tell someone they’re dating that they are a drag queen. Joining us is the she-larious San Francisco queen Peaches Christ, who somehow managed to break the news to her boyfriend that she does drag and he didn’t run away in terror.
Conservatives get nervous about art, because great art inspires people to see the world in new ways, and challenges the status quo. So it’s no wonder Trump supporters and the National Rifle Association were up in arms when they heard...Show More Summary
You only have to look at ancient art and writings to know that among human beings, same-sex attraction has existed across time and cultures. But in our culture, studying homosexuality comes with a lot of baggage so it’s difficult making sense of why so many of us are gay. oday, scientist Vince Gabrielle joins us to take a look at the sexy science of homosexuality
From hoo-ha to dingaling, there’s no shortage of words parents use to describe private parts to their kids. For writer director Robert O’Hara, it was “Bootycandy,” and that's what he titled his play about a young boy who has to learn...Show More Summary
One of the great challenges we face in bringing about political change is figuring out out how not to get overwhelmed by all the negativity we see in the news and our social media. Today, comedian Meredith Kachel joins us to take a look...Show More Summary
The film, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, ignited a modern style of drag filled with campy, self-deprecating fun and trans inclusivity. It was later turned into a musical which our local Pride Films and Plays is putting it on featuring...Show More Summary
Like Pink Floyd’s The Wall, the Berlin Wall and the Great Wall of China, large walls often become symbols of authoritarian oppression. Trump is pushing through his campaign promise to build a wall on the U.S./Mexico border and guess who’s paying for it? You are! Today, writer Robyn Pennacchia joins us to take a look at walls throughout history and popular culture.
The last time we had cosplay drag queen Fox E. Kim on the podcast we had such a fun time talking about drugs, we had to have her back on to talk more on the subject - from flakka to crocodile to carfentanil. What are they, why wouldShow More Summary
Dolly fashion, or as it’s better known in Japan as Lolita is all about putting babydoll dresses, frills and bows inspired by classic Victorian literature. Lolita started on the streets of Japan but now it has conquered the world from...Show More Summary
Trump is now in the Oval Office so George W Bush- you can take a seat- you’re no longer the worst president ever. Today, we take a look at the Women’s March and the rising resistance against Trump, Republicans and the Russian oligarchs who aim to control our government.
When people ask about your age, it’s not usually because they are curious about your experiences, it’s likely they only want to judge how they have aged compared to you. Today we take a second look at one of our more popular shows, Guzzling from the Fountain of Youth. Listen as we examine more far out to totally sensible ideas on how to look and feel your best.
When it comes to Britney Spears, attention to detail is everything for Derrick Barry. From costumes to hand gestures, the impersonator has memorized Britney’s every rhinestone, hair flip and “yeah-yeah-yeah.” Details of the former RuPaul’s...Show More Summary
“I met a young man at the Gay Men’s Chorus who told me, ‘When I was a teenager, I thought I had a crush on you,’” shares Loni Anderson. “’Then I realized I wanted to be you.’” It’s a sentiment many queer men of a certain age might well relate to as regards Anderson, who spent four seasons on WKRP in Cincinnati. Show More Summary
Like all great art, popular films create their own world filled with such detail and nuance that it gets fans to come up with some amazing theories as to what’s really going on. Today, we take a look at some of the most outrageous fan theories of popular films that give an amazing twist to your favorite movie of all time.
One of the most inventive musicians I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing is Sxip Shirey who grew up in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains and went on to became one of the world’s most beloved performers of unusual musical instruments. Today, my soul brother Sxip Shirey joins us to talk about his new album A Bottle of Whiskey and a Handful of Bees.