I know we’re a little late to the party, but here is Jim Picket’s reaction video to the infamous “Two Girls, One Cup” video which has in many ways made us look at the freakish […]
Folks are still shocked with the sad news that Prince died yesterday at his Paisley Park residence and recording studio complex, he was 57.
Today, we take a look at the extraordinary life of Prince Nelson Rogers, his genius, his intense religious faith that may have kept him from seeking proper medical care, and his habit of creating music, films and videos that nobody ever saw.Listen Now
In an unprecedented move, the U.S. Treasury announced they are removing slave owning President Andrew Jackson from the twenty dollar bill and replacing him with anti-slavery rebel Harriet Tubman. Suck it haters!
Today, comedian and American history aficionado Cody Melcher joins us to take a look why the new Tubman Twenties is huge and whether countries should put war criminals on their currency to never forget their atrocities.Listen Now
Yum! New York City comedy queen Bob the Drag Queen from RuPaul's Drag Race Season 8 joins us to make a rich, delicious african peanut curry with tofu, purple potatoes and naan bread.
Joining us to kiki in the kitchen and get her hands dirty is the she-larious Bob the Drag Queen, one of New York City’s hottest drag acts.Read Now
Set your phasers on stunning hunties! Star Trek’s Sir Patrick Stewart dressed up in a pretty pink dress to promote his new comedy series “Blunk Talk” and the Internet is loving it!
Today, we take a look at some of the gayest moments on Star Trek, a show that dared to go where no man has gone before, but seemed pretty timid when tackling LGBT stories and characters.Listen Now
We’re mad about Joan Waters, a carefree drag queen who happily embraces her goofy side to the delight of audiences.
Today Joan Waters joins us to talk about beating off 20 drag queens to snatch the crown in Trannika Rex’s drag contest, Crash Landing, which was a surprise win for this perennial drag underdog. Plus-- Happy Birthday Fausto Fernós!Listen Now
Long before drag queens became drag superstars, many gender non conforming artists worked the Chitlin Circuit, a nickname given to venues where black and often queer artists could freely and safely perform in a racially segregated America.
Today we’re going back, back, back to the roots of drag queen musical acts from the Chitlin Circuit all the way to RuPaul and beyond with DJ Marc Moose Moder.Listen Now