Everybody loves a good gay villain. Openly gay swimmer and video producer Tyler Duckworth got the nation’s disapproval and sympathy for his pushy, aggressive behavior on MTV’s REal World: Key West last spring. Audiences loved […]
People love a good secret, and there’s no doubt that a lot of men in entertainment revitalized their careers by coming out of the closet, even though everyone already knew.
Maybe it’s just a sign of the times that hunky musician Josey Greenwell is doing just that. After trying to make it as an out gay singer songwriter, Josey deleted his music, website and social media pages several months ago, only to resurface as Nate Green, a seemingly straight country music singer.Listen Now
ince its inception in 1976, the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival has been a “Womyn’s Woodstock”- a special place where gals gather to enjoy their favorite music, free from a hostile world.
Today trans writer and music journalist Parker Marie Molloy joins us to take a look at the controversy over MichFest’s resistance to putting trans folks in their mission statement, despite the reality that trans artists and audiences have been attending the festival all along.Listen Now
Gay men have always been very resourceful when it comes to finding sexy fun in a sometimes hostile world. Before guys found each other on apps and websites, they figured out creative ways to come together.
Today Jack Ryan, TV host and creator of “The 10% Show,” Chicago’s very first cable access tv show for the LGBT folks joins us to talk about the evolution of men meeting up for sex, from cruising the street back in the day to the latest hook up apps.Listen Now
For years Comedian Cameron Esposito was a regular on the podcast and even performed with us at a gay men’s bathhouse. Since then she’s moved to L.A. and done really well for herself.
Listen as we reconnect with America's Lesbian Sweetheart Cameron Esposito about her Hollywood success, her working and romantic relationship with comedian Rhea Butcher and behind the scenes hijinks at Chelsea Lately.Listen Now
For a group of people who love rainbows as a symbol of personal empowerment (not talking about teenage girls) LGBT folks aren’t always the most welcoming.
Comedian Cody Melcher often feels rejected or humiliated by strangers while walking through Chicago’s gay neighborhood of Boystown just for the way he looks.
Today, the eccentric gentleman Cody Melcher talks about the burden of being a dandy punk, Mickey Mouse as a meth addict, his birthday curse and his collection of glittery fans.Listen Now
After 17 years of doing stage parodies of the movie Showgirls, San Francisco drag icon Peaches Christ is still not “too old for that ‘whorey look.’”
Showgirls bombed when it first hit theaters in 1995. Since then the movie has become a cult hit, in part thanks to dedicated and demented fans like Peaches Christ, who keep audiences excited for this oddball camp classic.
Listen as Peaches Christ shares with us some special moments she had with the recently deceased comedian Robin WIlliams.Listen Now