Actor Michael Kearns shares his never before told stories from his new book “The Truth is Bad Enough” – how his method acting led to him to being the world’s most famous male sex worker, and making love to Barry Manilow.
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Inspired by the powerful interview Lindsay Lohan did for Vanity Fair, writer and drag queen D’arcy Drollinger created Project Lohan, a story of Lindsay’s life as told using only quotes from media sources. Join us as we chat with D’arcy about the ridiculous life of Lindsay Lohan.
Writer and performance artist Kate Bornstein, well known for her work as an advocate for trans folks, queer youth and all misfits is coming forward with her amazing story of being a high ranking official in the Church of Scientology and right hand man to founder L. Ron Hubbard in her new book “A Queer and Pleasant Danger: A Memoir.”
Everyone, at one point in time, was a sweet innocent child, full of wonder and joy. For many LGBT folks, it’s hard to remember those sweet times in our lives after facing so much hostility simply because we were all “born this way.”
Today blogger Paul Vitagliano joins us to talk about his book “Born This Way: Real Stories of Growing up Gay” which showcases photos of kids who grew up to identify as gay.
One of the strangest of these etiquette experts was Amy Vanderbilt, who in her book The Amy Vanderbilt Complete Book of Etiquette gave some very unusual advice on relationships, courtesy and money.
Today we’re joined by comedy writer Robyn Pennacchia to talk about the advice Amy Vanderbilt gave out back in the 50s which seems strange by today’s standards.
Writer Tom Gates joins us to talk about his new book “Wayward” which chronicles his adventures traveling the world. His amazing journey took him to South America, Asia and Europe, visiting twelve countries over twelve months
After helping mount a production of the Vagina Monologues at the community theater in Oklahoma, writer and director Robert Matson thought it was time to give the noble penis its grand theatrical moment.
Listen as Robert Matson joins us to talk about his new show “Beneath the Zipper,” a hilarious celebration of the penis.
Just because you are in your Autumn years doesn’t mean you can’t pluck a Spring chicken. How do you keep an eye out for the clues that others are interested in you?
Today the fascinating David Leddick shares with us stories about his life as a gay man working in advertising, cultivating yourself about how to be fabulous at any age.
We’ve all been on horrible dates- hopeless purgatories where you wonder why you’re spending the evening with this person when you could be home organizing your sock drawer instead.
Today Writer Eddie Campbell talks about how he took his little black book and turned it into a tell-all memoir on his romantic life in 44 Horrible Dates- true war stories of horrible dates he’s been on.