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RuPaul says that all you need to be America’s next drag superstar is Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent, but it takes more than that. It also takes GRIT! True grit.
Today we’re joined by Drew Fowler who is currently working on his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Drew is looking into drag queens and other non-conforming artists, to gain insight on what it takes for them to succeed in their careers and in life.
This year’s Oscars were walking on eggshells over snubbing African American films and actors, but then the drama continued next day as viewers began to unpack all the shenanigans at the Academy Awards.
Today we’re taking a look at more of the stuff that went down on the Oscars, like—
Oscar Winning Imitation Game Writer Graham Moore says he’s not gay, just weird.
Many people view the idea of getting into a relationship with a hot sexy guy with grave trepidation. They fear they’ll ultimately get rejected for not measuring up.
And guess what? They may be right. At least according to a new study, which says handsome men are more inclined to be selfish making them more likely to get away with murder.
Gay men love their divas. Whenever Cher, Madonna, Beyonce or Lady Gaga do a concert, gay neighborhoods are ghost towns as we flock to stadiums.
Today New York’s Bob the Drag Queen joins us to take a look at our favorite divas and the defining moments that propelled their careers into the realm of legend.
Ever since he was a little boy, John Zanardi loved Barbie dolls but was too ashamed to admit it. That is until the age of 18, when he moved out on his own and started collecting them. Today he’s amassed over a thousand dolls, estimated to be worth something between 30 and 40 thousand dollars.
Listen as we talk about some more unusual Barbie dolls, Stanley the Barbie Man, Barbie’s breakup with Ken, Ken’s cock ring and more amazing but true facts about this iconic American toy.
In order for relationships to endure the test of time, you need a strong foundation but we sometimes sabotage our relationships with our insecurities.
Today we take a look at some of the ways insecurities surface in our relationships, how to love the people around you to the best of your abilities and how bragging about your relationship on social media could mean you’re really not confident about it.
One of the biggest changes we’ve seen in the past decade of doing this podcast is the growing acceptance of Marriage Equality. In 2005 most people were against it, but today almost everyone’s on favor of it. Even states like Mississippi and Alabama are challenging their own marriage bans.
Today Matt Baume, who’s been covering the news on Same-Sex Marriage since Prop 8, joins us to take a look how the tide has turned on Marriage Equality.
From Chicago, Illinois, it’s podcasting’s most fabulous hour of madness and mayhem– the hilarious sixty minute Feast of Fun. Today’s guest will not be playing for fabulous prizes, but joins us to take a look at the most shocking moments in game show history!
Players who hacked the game, horny game show hosts, scandal and murder!
Tommy Holl come on on down! Listen as we take a look at this and all the fabulous news.
As a way to get people talking, comedian Jeffrey Jay dares college audiences to ask him offensive questions about being trans. If someone hurts his feelings he says he’ll pay them $200. So far he’s not shelled out a dime.
Today the hilarious Jeffrey Jay joins us to talk about the insane questions his audiences have asked him over the years that made him almost, almost pay someone $200.