A lot has happened since author Dr. E Patrick Johhnson first came on the podcast a decade ago to talk about his groundbreaking book “Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South” – a collection of more than sixty life stories from black gay men who were born, raised and continue to live in the South.
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You take the good, you take the bad, you take an 80s sitcom and Kate Jackson’s made for TV movie Satan’s School for Girls and what do you have? The Facts of Life: Satan’s School for Girls.
The new show stars Chicago cross dressing comedy legend Ed Jones who pays tribute to Charlotte Ray’s quintisenssion role as school marm Edna Garrett in the Facts of Life.
You probably came up with your Halloween costume right after Pride but if you didn’t we’ve got you covered. Today Muffy Fishbasket, our favorite loser from Camp Wannakiki joins us to take a look at some of the best and worst Halloween costume ideas for this year.
Muffy’s been making her own drag costumes for ages and knows quite a bit about what will make your friends scream with delight.
Critics are describing Todd Phillips’ psychological thriller Joker as “toxic” and “irresponsible.” Featuring Joaquin Phoenix as Joker, the film avoids the traditional comic book blockbuster but instead draws on classic films like The King of Comedy in order to explore the real inequalities in modern day America.
Today we take a look at Todd Phillips’ new film Joker and how folks like Martin Scorsese and Jennifer Anniston think superhero blockbuster films are destroying Hollywood.
We’ve seen a lot of wild things on Season 3 of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula: a cow fetus, ripped out cheek piercings, electroshock torture and furry butts, but contestant Hollow Eve took it so far, even the censors wouldn’t let you see it on TV.
Today, Hollow Eve, our favorite post binary, drag socialist with a penchant for anarchy who revels in the beauty of deviant queer art joins us to take a look at a very intesne Season 3 of Dragula.
There’s a lot of Oscar buzz surrounding actress Renée Zellweger’s uncanny portrayal of Judy Garland in the new film Judy. Why is Judy Garland still so important all these years after her death?
Today, Peter Mac, one of the best known and longest working Judy Garland impersonators joins us to take a look at the life and legacy of Judy Garland and how it differs from what you see in the film Judy.
One of our more memorable podcast guests is singer Mekole Wells, who was stabbed in the throat ten times by her neighbor and left for dead.
Today singer, PhD candidate, personal trainer and bodybuilder Mekole Well joins us to chat about her new journey as a bodybuilder and why it’s so hard for some people to take the first steps to transform their body, mind and life.
As the fall season moves forward and the trees start to turn their leaves shades of gold, it’s not too late to spend some time in nature with all your queer pals.
Today Vallery Dolls and Manny Petty treat us to a live music session of songs from their gay campground tour. Listen as Vallery talks about her work with the Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers and reading books to children while in drag.