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Kitara Ravache, DC’s Next Drag Superstar

When Divine screamed “who wants to die for art?” in the film Female Trouble, nobody thought it would be the Terminator delivering the deadly blow.

A new trend sweeping social media is portraits created by artificial intelligence software that analyzes your own selfies along with millions of other photos to create mouth watering, heroic thirst traps of you.

Posted in: Podcast 3 days ago 0

Erica Nix – Building Muscle Outside of the Mainstream

Today, Erica Nix, a very famous, Austin specific workout guru joins us to talk about bodybuilding, fitness and her journey of self discovery as seen in her debut film “Erica’s First Holy Sh!t” which premieres next week at San Francisco’s club Oasis.

Erica loves fitness culture and even appears in the last workout video Richard Simmons ever made. Today, Erica works with people outside of normative physical culture to rediscover bodybuilding, fitness and living their best life.

Posted in: Lets Grow Big Together, Podcast 3 days ago 0

Year in Review: Set My AI Robot Bussy to Goblin Mode

Data driven corporations are turning our selfies into gorgeous portraits of action movie stars, sexy cyborgs and Russian cosmonauts while paying none of the artists whose work they stole to create it.

What happens when your AI self is sexier than your real self?

Today we look back on the news and topics that shaped our year with two of our favorite comedians Matt Brown who YouTubechannel examines the singing styles of Black divas and Dan Cass who we discovered from his parody of Steve from Blues Clues.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 2 months ago 0

Charlene Unger and Her Big Christmas Poinsettias

Nothing says Christmas like quite Charlene Unger, a demented housewife from Berwyn, Illinois whose bubbly enthusiasm for singing in her nightgowns is paired beautifully with her obsession for growing poinsettias.

Today Peter Mohawk looks back on his career as Charlene Unger as we talk about Chicago’s nightclub and comedy scene in the 90s, sharing a dressing room with Patrick Swayze, and her obsession with poinsettias as a kooky old lady from Berwyn, Illinois.

Posted in: Comedians, Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 2 months ago 0

Who Wants to Die for AI Art?

When Divine screamed “who wants to die for art?” in the film Female Trouble, nobody thought it would be the Terminator delivering the deadly blow.

A new trend sweeping social media is portraits created by artificial intelligence software that analyzes your own selfies along with millions of other photos to create mouth watering, heroic thirst traps of you.

Posted in: Podcast 2 months ago 0

Climbing the Bicep Peaks – Hamilton Parks

If you’ve never been to a bodybuilding competition in person, it might seem quite intimidating with all that muscle painted dark and greasy, strutting it on stage.

Today our friend John Paul O’Neil, long time listener, first time caller talks about dazzling the crowds at his first two bodybuilding contests by posing to Madonna’s song Vogue ending with a death drop that shook the judges.

But in reality a lot of these contests have a wide variety of people from different ages, backgrounds and bodies ready to showcase their physiques.

Posted in: Lets Grow Big Together, Podcast 2 months ago 0

Courtney Act Looks Back on Her Life as a Drag Icon

The drag entertainer Shane Jenek, better known to the world as Courtney Act, has lived a pretty remarkable life and she’s just getting started. A front runner on season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Courtney’s […]

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 2 months ago 0

The Collapse of Social Media – Dan Cass

With Facebook laying off almost 12,000 employees and Twitter canning half its workforce, it looks like death bells are tolling for two of the biggest social media players.

Will folks be willing to trust new social media networks like they’ve done before?

Today comedian Dan Cass, who studied experimental theater and dance in Russia joins us to look at the impending collapse of two major social media platforms and what is going to fill the void they leave behind?

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 2 months ago 0

Voguing at My Bodybuilding Show – John Paul O’Neil

If you’ve never been to a bodybuilding competition in person, it might seem quite intimidating with all that muscle painted dark and greasy, strutting it on stage.

Today our friend John Paul O’Neil, long time listener, first time caller talks about dazzling the crowds at his first two bodybuilding contests by posing to Madonna’s song Vogue ending with a death drop that shook the judges.

But in reality a lot of these contests have a wide variety of people from different ages, backgrounds and bodies ready to showcase their physiques.

Posted in: Podcast 3 months ago 0

Let Your Freak Flag Fly Freely – Matt Brown

Despite hardship, bigotry, indifference and general ennui, love is the most powerful force in the universe. No matter what, you can’t stop the beat when it comes to people seeking pleasure.

Today comedian Matt Brown joins us to take a look back at all the wild experiences we’ve had when it comes to shaking our groove thang, stories of group scenes, cruising, playing music in the bedroom, and getting banned from hook-up apps.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 3 months ago 0