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RuPaul says that all you need to be America’s next drag superstar is Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent, but it takes more than that. It also takes GRIT! True grit.
Today we’re joined by Drew Fowler who is currently working on his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Drew is looking into drag queens and other non-conforming artists, to gain insight on what it takes for them to succeed in their careers and in life.
In 2012, Chicago Lawyer Shaun Sperling uploaded a twenty year old video of himself dancing to Madonna’s song Vogue at his Bar Mitzvah. The video went viral, with over 1.3 million views on YouTube.
Listen as we talk with Shaun about how Madonna and her music ultimately helped him find himself, life after the media spectacle and squeezing the juice out of his 15 minutes of fame.
This year’s Oscars were walking on eggshells over snubbing African American films and actors, but then the drama continued next day as viewers began to unpack all the shenanigans at the Academy Awards.
Today we’re taking a look at more of the stuff that went down on the Oscars, like—
Oscar Winning Imitation Game Writer Graham Moore says he’s not gay, just weird.
It was a big week for the gays, with RuPaul’s Drag Race premieres popping up all across the land and on Sunday, the Academy Awards. Joining us today is the fabulous Specificity Jones, a Chicago comedy queen who held her own this summer in a showcase in Provincetown hosted by Bianca Del Rio.
Listen as we dish on the Season 7 premiere held here Chicago and the Oscars. It’s off the hook!
Hollywood and Horny-wood are ruining everything. At least that’s what some people are saying: all types of media run the risk of perpetuating dangerous but sexy stereotypes.
Today we’re joined by Terrence Chappell, who says its okay to enjoy adult films, even when they perpetrate black stereotypes.
Many people view the idea of getting into a relationship with a hot sexy guy with grave trepidation. They fear they’ll ultimately get rejected for not measuring up.
And guess what? They may be right. At least according to a new study, which says handsome men are more inclined to be selfish making them more likely to get away with murder.
When it comes to her sex life, comedian Ali Clayton draws with all the crayons in the box.
Today the hilarious Ali Clayton joins us for an intense podcast as she shares with us her teenage substance abuse stories, bombing at the Apollo Theater and putting all her exes on blast.
We’re not sure why, but our neighborhood of Andersonville in Chicago has more drag queens per capita than any other neighborhood in the Midwest.
One lovely queen is our neighbor, Valentine’s Addams, whose photo where she’s dressed up as Donkey Kong in drag is making us gag.