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Drag queens all around the world love using French words & names as part of their act. But what about drag queens in France? Surprisingly many of them use American sounding names and English expressions from their favorite TV show, RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Today Parisian drag queen Sasha Kills joins us to talk about the drag scene en France.
Photographer Derrick Woods-Morrow likes to play a game while creating his art: he uses a stopwatch to figure out how long it takes him to approach an unknown man in public and get them to pose nude for his camera.
Today, Derrick Woods-Morrow, whose photography and sculpture draws upon his experiences as a queer black man, joins us to tell us what happened after he convinced complete strangers to get photographed naked.
Anyone who has ever had a bad break up knows that there are many different ways to cope with a broken heart- some sing, some dance, some fuck the pain away, but for others, they get crafty.
Our guest today is artist Nathan Rapport, who created an adult coloring book as a way to deal with his own broken heart. His book “Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me,” features an erotic collection of gay men getting it on.
With over $500 million in global sales, Marvel’s box office success with Deadpool has finally shown Hollywood that audiences are snark hungry for a modern pansexual superhero.
Our guest today is comic book writer, teacher, illustrator and publisher Justin Hall, best known for creating Glamazonia, a super powered gender fluid hero and co-creating Hard To Swallow, an anthology series of erotic queer comics.
Back in 1997, the summer after I graduated from art school, my friend Karen Lewis and I were invited to East Berlin to perform in an arts festival. The theme was “America.” It was a delicious, wild hot mess which left our European audience mostly scratching their heads they loved it nonetheless.
Today, twenty-two years later we’re joined by Fausto’s old gal pal, Karen Lewis to talk about her wild art: from her patriotic song parodies to her dark and twisted take on the Three Little Pigs.
Pretty much all of your favorite drag queens have been at one time or another photographed by San Francisco’s very own José Alberto Guzman Colón.
You’ve probably seen his work in Peaches Christ’s movie posters or plastered over many drag queens’ Facebook pages.
Today José Alberto Guzman Colón joins us to talk about the outpouring of support he received after getting all his camera equipment stolen and how to bring out the best in a drag queen’s photo shoot.
Many of our favorite artists find nightclub personality Amanda Lepore to be a great source of inspiration. Despite her posh image, Amanda Lepore still remains a demure, enigmatic woman who reveals very little about her own mystique.
Today Amanda Lepore joins us to talk about her love for glamour and nudity.
Pleasant Gehman has had many jobs and lived many lives. From being a scenester in LA’s punk rock scene to interviewing Kurt Cobian shortly before his death, Pleasant earned her nickname the Queen of Everything.
Today she’s a belly dancing teacher and burlesque performer under the name Princess Farhana of Hollywood. Listen as we chat with Pleasant about her wild life- her friendship with famous musicians and being a dance teacher to comedian Margaret Cho.