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Over the years we’ve found some oddball holiday songs few have ever heard of that deserve a second listen. Join us as we take a look again at our personal favorites in Incredibly Strange Christmas Music, Volume 7 – flavorful jollies we could listen to all year long.
Listen as we deck the halls with slutty Christmas carols, a fart-tastic take on the Nutcracker, and the incredibly strange relationship between Star Wars and Christmas.
Our friend Tommy Holl really enjoys spreading holiday queer by dressing as “The Real Elf” on the shelf. Unlike other elves, Tommy doesn’t rat out all the little girls and boys to Santa by spying on them over the holidays.
Today Tommy Holl joins us to share with us his hjjinks dressing up in red tights and wandering the shopping malls as the real elf.
We’ve tried to make a lot of crazy things go viral over the years: anti-war cake sitting, nude weddings, nude haircuts, glitter day, and all failed miserably. Even though you, our lovely and loyal audience gave it a go, the rest of the world is still trying to catch up with how fabulous we all truly are.
Today we’re taking a look at something that isn’t viral but should be: men in heels.
Today we kiki back the cocktails with Jeza Belle, a fabulous drag queen from New York City who loves to drink. She got all her drag queen gal pals together to put out the book, The Harlot’s Guide to Messy & Classy Cocktails, which features cocktail recipes and messy memories from some of the world’s most famous drag queens.
Listen as we tell each other tales of drunken debauchery, and discuss cocktails recipes like the Pink Panty Dropper, The Tuck, and the Mai Cock is Tai Back.
In the 80s, music videos rulel, like totally. Record labels discovered that a great music video could turn an unknown artist into a superstar overnight.
Today we’re taking a look at very gay, very outrageous, truly truly outrageous music videos from the 80s.
Joining us is writer Robyn Pennachia who blogs about culture and politics for deathandtaxesmag.com.
Watching a horror movie can be very therapeutic. You get to experience terror without any real danger and you get to scream real loud. Unfortunately, Hollywood shamefully capitalizes on the audience’s latent transphobia by centering horror films around transgender killers.
In real life, transgender people are usually the victims of heinous crimes instead of the perpetuators. Today, Parker Marie Molloy joins us to take a look at transgender movie villains.
Market Days, the Midwest’s largest street festival, is just days away and it’s estimated that over 350,000 thousand people will be in attendance.
Unlike the unwieldy mob of drunk people at the Pride Parade, Market Days is a heck of a lot of fun, with a lot of free entertainment like Belinda Carlisle.
Joining us is Trannika Rex, our twisted sister from another mister to kiki about Chicago drag queens and the vintage musical acts booked for the festival.
Is this thing on? (Thanks Madison Hinton!) Reynolds Englehart was pretty upset after being kicked off early from RuPaul’s Drag Race, that he never watched the episodes he was on, until now.
Something truly awful is happening to Pride Parades across the country. After years of being a rallying point for LGBT folks, the parades now attract an overwhelming number of people who are interested in having a good time and could care less about equality or community building.
Today, Peaches Christ joins us to talk about what we can do to make Pride Parades meaningful again.