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FOF #2002 – Surviving Your Pride Parade

FOF #2002 – Surviving Your Pride Parade

Watch your back! Many Pride Parades in the big cities are packed, with Chicago expecting over one million people to show up, many of whom will be drunk and pushy.

Today our local diva Amy Armstrong joins us to take a look a tips and tricks on surviving your Pride Parade and having the most fun out of your celebration.

Posted in: Podcast 6 months ago 0
FOF #2001 – 2001: A Space Oddity

FOF #2001 – 2001: A Space Oddity

Due to illness, our 2000th podcast retrospective has been delayed. Many of you are itching for new podcast to listen to, so we are releasing one we did with Peaches Christ early for the Plus members.

Today Peaches Christ joins us to take a look at some of our favorite moments in sci-fi films. Why are robots so gay? Is Rocky Horror Picture Show really Sci Fi? And Sluts a Go-Go, the San Francisco drag troupe that created the film Vegas in Space.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Interviews, Podcast 6 months ago 15
FOF #1999 – Party Like It’s 1999

FOF #1999 – Party Like It’s 1999

It’s been a couple of years since someone like evangelist Harold Camping got people anxious about the end of the world, but if you look closely, many religions have some sort of doomsday. What is it about these doomsday prophecies that appeal to people so much? And why are so many of them concerned with the odometer turning a certain number?

Today, Tommy Holl joins us to take a look at some of our favorite doomsday scenarios that thankfully never came true.

Posted in: Podcast 6 months ago 12
FOF #1998 – Beneath the Peculiar World of Barbra Streisand

FOF #1998 – Beneath the Peculiar World of Barbra Streisand

Today we’re joined by actor Michael Urie, best known for playing Marc St. James on the TV series Ugly Betty. Michael is now starring in Buyer & Cellar, a one man show that takes us on an imaginary journey of an actor hired to work as a store clerk in Barbra Streisand’s underground basement village.

Listen as Michael Urie takes us in depth into Barbra Streisand’s peculiar home and her obsession with her possessions and working with Vanessa Williams on Ugly Betty.

Posted in: Actors, Interviews, Podcast 7 months ago 5
FOF #1997 – What Does the Joslyn Fox Say?

FOF #1997 – What Does the Joslyn Fox Say?

Wonk, wonk! We’re thrilled to have in the home studio the lovely Joslyn Fox, one of the most likable drag queens from Season Six of RuPaul’s Drag Race. She was a serious contender for the title of Miss Congeniality.

Listen as Joslyn shares with us the origins of her hilarious “wonk, wonk.” Plus an exclusive: Why did she wear that same necklace time and time again on the runway and not get clocked for it?

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Interviews, Podcast 7 months ago 2
FOF #1996 – Adore Delano is Ready to Party

FOF #1996 – Adore Delano is Ready to Party

After winning our hearts on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Adore Delano is rocking the top of iTunes’ dance chart with her new album “Til Death Do Us Party” which comes out today.

Listen as America’s favorite chola talks about things that we didn’t get to see on RuPaul’s Drag Race, like her fight with Milk and the makeover squirrel challenge.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Interviews, Podcast 7 months ago 3
FOF #1995 – Will They Still Love Me if I Come Out?

FOF #1995 – Will They Still Love Me if I Come Out?

A big part of why celebrities struggle to come out of the closet is because they don’t know how it will affect their careers. Since Hollywood is more about perception and not an actor’s talent, many still struggle to come out despite most Americans supporting gay rights.

Today we’re taking a look at celebrities who became more likable when they came out and those who didn’t fare so well. Why did Rosie and George Michael struggle so much after their coming out?

Posted in: Podcast 7 months ago 2
FOF #1994 – Lady Bunny is a Carnival of Fun

FOF #1994 – Lady Bunny is a Carnival of Fun

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!

Posted in: Drag & Trans, Drag Queens & Kings, Interviews, Podcast 7 months ago 7
Lady Bunny with her drunk mom Debbie Harry.

Ask Lady Bunny Anything!

Ask Lady Bunny anything! Remember, the best questions will be used on the show, so don’t fuck it up.

Posted in: Ask The Guest 7 months ago 5
FOF #1993 – You’ve Come a Long Way Baby

FOF #1993 – You’ve Come a Long Way Baby

Our guest today has seen it all. Sammy moved from Indianapolis to Chicago in 1972 to be in a more gay affirming community, so he could get his gay on! Sammy has lived through the desegregation of public schools, the death of disco, the AIDS crisis and the rise of the modern gay rights movement.

Surprisingly Sammy has managed to keep his sense of humor and joy for life.

Posted in: Interviews, Podcast 7 months ago 7