Austin film maker Evan Roberts – whose new short film 33 teeth, follows a 14 year-old boy who develops a fascination with the comb of his hunky next-door neighbor, joins us to talk about crushes, gay teen angst and how to handle the pain of unrequited love.
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This year’s summer movie blockbusters feature what we like- hot, muscular hunks in tight body suits which leave little to the imagination. Why does Hollywood all of sudden have such a hard on for movies based on comic book superheroes?
Today Peaches Christ joins us to take a closer look at these leading men’s packages and all the erotic subtext in the summer films.
Way ahead of his time, George Harris Jr., better known as Hibiscus, was in the forefront of the gay liberation movement and a pioneer in theater with the Cockettes.
Today we talk with director and documentary filmmaker David Weissman about his film about the legendary San Francisco Cockettes.
In the late 1970s, Paul Ruebens developed the character of Pee-wee Hermanas a challenge by the LA based improv group, the Groundlings, to create a comic that could never make it in real life.
Joining us is film maker Kerthy Fix- her new documentary “Who Took the Bomp: Le Tigre On Tour,” that focuses on the electroclash band Le Tigre premiers at SXSW.
Every night in this country, over an estimated 400,000 LGBT youth between the ages of 13 and 21 spend the night out on the streets. The reality for many of them is that they face violence, isolation, abuse and rape, and often wind up in jail, addicted to drugs or living with HIV.
Listen as we talk to filmmaker Susi Graf about “Lost In The Crowd,” an extraordinary film about transgender youth and the celebrated Ballroom Scene in New York City.
We’re not always aware of it, but every day we all negotiate how we want to appear to others- at work, on the street and even at home. For many gay men, how we think about our sexuality is always up for grabs, which leads us to ask ourselves, “how gay do I want to be today?”
Today film maker Randall Jenson and his friends Timur ✩ Tugberk and Aaron Gray talk about his new documentary web series, 50 F*ggots which follows 12 gay men as they navigate the waters of life and reflect on what it means to be gay.
Peaches Christ’s debut film “All About Evil” is getting rave reviews, with many declaring the comedic bloodfest an instant cult classic. But it’s not always been glamorous.
Today Joshua Granell the man behind Peaches reveals for the first time his story of hitting rock bottom, his battle with alcoholism and how he rediscovered the joy of being a drag queen.
Stephin Merritt is known as “the Cole Porter of his generation” and as the most miserable man in rock music. Today filmmaker Kerthy Fix talks about her new film- “Strange Powers: Stephen Merritt and the Magnetic Fields” on the ten years spent making the film, the zip-a-dee-doo-dah controversy and what love song she thinks represents him.
Christeene is exploding across the South in a hot mix of raw sexual shamlessness and original rap music. Today we’re continuing our shows from Austin, Texas with the man behind the mad woman, musician Paul Soileau.
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