Andy Shaw has a triple major in GAY from Purdue University. Last year he graduated in Graphic Design with a minor in Musical Theater and he came out of the ting-a-ling closet while he was […]
Dolly Parton once said “It costs a lot of money to look this cheap.” People think theatrical make-up, hair and costume must be expensive to look good, but it’s certainly not the case.
Our guest today, Shea Coulee, describes herself as a little bit bougie and a little bit banjee. Either way, she’s 100% fierce. Listen as Shea joins us to take a look at tips on saving money for queens and anyone else who wants to look like a million bucks.Listen Now
While most teenagers dream of becoming friends with the artists they adore, 16 year old Annecy manages to draw the attention of of the world’s top drag queens and even some pop stars. Sharon Needles calls Annecy her drag daughter.
Listen as Annecy chats with us about why teenage girls love drag queens, her photoshoot with Jose Guzman Colon, and pissing on the corpse of the Wicked WitchListen Now
Instinctively, we tend to be a little suspicious about folks who are nice all the time. Underneath that sunny disposition, are they hiding a knife to stab you in the back?
Today Brian Sweeney joins us to take a look at a new study that says nice people are the first to hurt you.Listen Now
Tommy Holl may be short guy, but when it comes to having fun, Tommy is a giant. Today, we take a look at why short gay men get a whole lot more attention than short straight guys, and the challenges of being a little guy.
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Although Professor Larry La Fountain has made significant contributions to the field of Queer Latin American studies, he’s probably best known for his drag debut in “How to Make Tostones” which inspired our new web series Cooking with Drag Queens.
Today Larry La Fountain joins us to talk about his fabulous second career as drag queen Lola Von Miramar.Listen Now
A whole new generation of fierce drag queens is spawning here in Chicago. Thanks to the success of RuPaul’s Drag Race, people have developed a huge appetite for drag, and the people are hungry for more.
Joining us today is the she-larious Trannika Rex, a drag queen whose name is 65 million years in the making. T-Rex is the drag ringleader at Berlin nightclub where she encourages queens to develop exciting new material, and not lip sync to top 40 hits.Listen Now