Gays are known as trendsetters but what happens when the trend becomes so ubiquitous that it loses any sense of what made it fagtastic?
Today we take a look at things that people used to think of as very gay gay gay that aren’t so gay anymore.
For a while it seemed like every Chicago comedian that came on our podcast moved to LA. For comedian Bill Cruz the move was a real struggle- before he left, he broke his ankle and then his car broke down which for LA is like breaking an ankle all over again.
Today, one of the funniest people we know- Bill Cruz, joins us to talk about the struggles to make it in LA.
The film “Mommie Dearest” single handedly cemented Joan Crawford as camp icon for drag queens to emulate but is it a an accurate portrayal of the real Crawford?
Joining us is historian Bryan Johnson, who was inspired to create “The Concluding Chapter of Crawford,” a website museum dedicated to the last two decades of the actress’ life.
LOGO TV announced they will debut a new Bachelor-esque style show called “Finding Prince Charming” where a gay male ‘bachelor’ allows 13 suitors to compete for his heart-on and it’s hosted by Lance Bass, who the The Onion AV Club called “America’s most boring gay man.”
Joining us today is comedian Cody Melcher to talk about why LGBT folks are clucking in distaste at the show’s ridiculous premise and why they feel the model/designer Sepúlveda is an obnoxious narcissist.
In part two of our podcast – “Will You accept These Hoes”” we continue chatting with Cody Melcher about why people are so quick to dislike the new reality series “Finding Prince Charming.”
Listen as we read a letter from a listener who says he had terrible sex with the star of the new reality TV show.
You’ve probably been out and about and started talking to a cute stranger when things began to get weird and you thought to yourself- what kind of drugs are they on?
Today, cosplay queen Fox E. Kim joins us to talk about myths and legends of our current drug culture and weird drugs from 60s everyone’s forgotten about.
Photographer Derrick Woods-Morrow likes to play a game while creating his art: he uses a stopwatch to figure out how long it takes him to approach an unknown man in public and get them to pose nude for his camera.
Today, Derrick Woods-Morrow, whose photography and sculpture draws upon his experiences as a queer black man, joins us to tell us what happened after he convinced complete strangers to get photographed naked.
While Lady Bunny was performing her hit show “Transjester” at the Stonewall Inn, President Obama declared the building and the area of the Stonewall Uprising as a National Monument.
Today, Lady Bunny gives us a look at her early days as a drag queen in Atlanta with Rupaul and how she was forced by her band, Now Explosion, to dress up in drag on their car ride move to New York City.
People say “If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention” but we are more than angry, we are also heartbroken over the intolerable level of violence committed against people of color in the United States.
Joining us today to help us make sense of all this madness is Fawzia Mirza, Pakistani-Canadian Muslim comedian, actress and international sex symbol.