Dolores Deluce spent several lifetimes living and working with the sassiest of queens, from San Francisco’s Cockettes to the legendary drag queen Divine. And just like her unique friendships, the jobs she’s taken to support herself as an artist have been just as wild and colorful.
Listen as Dolores shares with us her very moving and hilarious true life stories of all the truly wacky jobs she’s had on her roller coaster ride in Hollywood.
Moments like this happen once in a lifetime. As you’ve probably already heard, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Marriage Equality, making it also possible for people to add rainbow filters to their social media profile pictures.
Today Brian Sweeney joins us to take a look at how everyone’s responding to the momentous ruling and what excuses can we come up with to get out of going to our friend’s lousy wedding.
As a teenager, Sara Andrews was inspired by the film Too Wong Foo to become a drag queen. Later on, she came to realize she was also trans. And just like her mentor Calpernia Addams, she stuck with drag.
Today, the lovely Sara Andrews joins us to talk about being a trans woman in love with a trans guy, dressing up as Sarah Palin and her recipe for fried baloney sandiwches.
Surprisingly for a rapper, Cazwell doesn’t brag whole lot but his sexy, playful videos have gotten him “mad props yo” as a serious name in music.
Today we’re hanging out with Cazwell in the home studio, talking about his latest and most intense video, Downtown, that was shot in his apartment that he converted with some fabric and lighting into a decadent pleasure palace.
On today’s Cooking with Drag Queens we’re making Dreamsicle cream puffs, light pastries filled with orange vanilla cream topped off with powdered sugar. It’s a perfect dessert for any special occasion.
Joining us is Teri Yaki one of Chicago’s most loved comedy queens and certainly one of the raunchiest.
One of my favorite dishes from my home of Puerto Rico is arroz con pollo, or in English, rice with chicken. Growing up in San Juan, we this dish all the time, but especially on special occasions like birthdays and holidays when you had to feed a lot of people.
Joining us today is our Puerto Rican gal pal Lola Von Miramar, who out of drag as Larry La Fountain teaches queer Latino studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.