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Check out our RuPaul’s Drag Race Red Carpet interviews as we give kisses to Ginger Minj, throw friendly shade to Trixie Mattel and send dirty pics to Katya Zamolodchikova.
Good luck to everybody on RuPaul’s Drag Race, and may the best woman… win!
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.
Lady Bunny is back with “Clowns Syndrome,” a brand new show full of the raunchy humor that’s made Bunny an entertainment institution for three decades. And by that I mean she’s really old and belongs in an institution.
Listen as the phenomenal Lady Bunny joins us to talk about the clash between younger and older generations and performers and audiences over the use of controversial words. You don’t want to miss every delicious minute of this podcast!
As if we hadn’t heard already every angle to the heated debate over language, slang and slur words, over Memorial Day weekend the Internet was ablaze again, with many transgender writers and drag queens fighting over RuPaul’s recent tweets. It’s enough to drive a girl mad!
Is it possible to have a peace treaty in the war of the words?
Although she didn’t make it to the top three on RuPaul’s Drag Race, April Carrión certainly charmed many of us, especially guest judge Adam Lambert whose sweet exchange with April on the show made Michelle Visage yell at them “get a room.”
Today the fabulous Boriqua, April Carrión, joins us to talk about getting into drag during art school, growing up as one of three gay brothers and working at her grandma’s bakery in the mountains of Puerto Rico.
VIDEO: ConDRAGulations to Conchita Wurst, Austria’s Bearded Drag Queen Wins the Eurovision Song Contest
Austria’s Conchita Wurst has won the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen with her eardrum splitting anthem “Rise Like a Phoenix”. Condragulations! Here’s the song that made her the first drag queen to win the coveted […]
One of the hot topics we’ve been covering is the controversy over RuPaul’s Drag Race use of the word tranny and she-male.
Today we’re joined by Parke Marie Molloy, one blogger who’s led the charge against using these words and says we can’t move forward towards equality if we don’t address this issue. Listen as Parker Marie talks takes us to task for some of the things we’ve said on this show and Parker receives a special phone call from Alaska Thunderfuck