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FOF #2824 – Pageant Queen Aurora Sexton Looks at the 1968 Documentary The Queen

One of the most influential LGBT documentaries of all time is The Queen, Frank Simon and Flawless Sabrina’s 1968 film that takes the viewer behind the scenes of a tumultuous drag pageant held in New York City two years before the Stonewall riots.

Today, Miss Gay U.S. of A pageant winner, Aurora Sexton, joins us to look at drag pageants over the decades and what it takes for a gal to make it big in the pageant circuit.

Posted in: Comedians, Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 17 days ago 2

Miss Ronnie’s State of the Vajayjay

In this show titled FOF #466 – State of the Poontang published on January 24, 2007, Miss Ronnie does a sexy parody of The State of the Union Address, which at the time was delivered by President George W Bush. Between the war in Iraq and our legal standing as marginalized people, it seemed like the darkest of times. As an alternative to the bs State of the Union we offered up the State of the Vajayjay podcast and it brought so much joy to listeners, we just have to share it again.

Posted in: Classic Podcasts, Podcast 23 days ago 0

FOF #2821 – Lady Bunny Celebrates 15 Years of Feast of Fun

Lady Bunny has inspired Feast of Fun with her kooky humor and passion for grassroots culture. Even our web series Cooking with Drag Queens was influenced by Tom Rubnitz’s Pickle Surprise with Lady Bunny and RuPaul girling it up in the kitchen way back in 1989.

Today, Lady Bunny joins us from the slopes of gay ski week to celebrate as we embark on our 16th season of Feast of Fun.

Posted in: Comedians, Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 24 days ago 0

FOF #2817 – Tips and Tricks

Another Glitter Day has come and gone, and all the good people of the world are back at work, desperately searching for something to give them life.

Today we take a look at all the happenings that took place over the break, and all the hot, delicious news.

Posted in: Podcast 1 month ago 0

FOF #2827 – Merrie Cherry’s Tribute to Women of Black History

To celebrate Black History Month, Brooklyn drag queen Merrie Cherry is paying tribute to legendary black women of history by dressing up as them and posting her portraits side by side on Instagram. Don’t worry, she’s black so it’s all good.

Today Marrie Cherrie joins us from London to look at the wonderful women in Black History and share her tales of surviving a stroke and recently losing her wallet and stuff in Europe.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 11 days ago 0

FOF #2831 – Mari DeOleo on Mardi Gras, Mangoes and Christian Clowns

Iko iko! It’s Mardi-Gras so catch some beads, gobble up some King Cake and get a load of Mango – Mango Braggadochio who describes herself as a party exploding in the produce aisle of a bodega that’s next to a sex shop.

Mango is the creation of comedian Mari DeOleo, who was born in the Dominican Republic, raised in rural Pennsylvania where she partied with Amish kids, until got into Christian clowning which lead her to the wild side. Today Mari DeOleo joins us to talk about her life as an artist and some unusual Mardi Gras celebrations throughout the world.

Posted in: Artists, Interviews, Podcast 3 days ago 0

FOF #2830 – The Boys in the Band Spills All The Hot Tea

Screen writer Mart Crowley responded to the lack of gay representation in mainstream media by writing “The Boys in the Band” a dark comedy featuring mostly gay actors in ay roles brutally laying it all on the line, from their self loathing and racism to their love and resilience.

Today, Windy City Playhouse’s The Boys in the Band director Carl Menninger joins us take a look at the play and the film, and its influence on popular culture and queer liberation.

Posted in: Artists, Interviews, Podcast 4 days ago 0

FOF #2832 – Diary of a Gal Pal to the Gays

For gay men, our best friends are often the wonderful women who stood by us in our youth when we felt all alone in the world. This emotional bond can feel like an intensely passionate love affair but in reality you’re really just friends without benefits.

Today comedians Lindsey Shaw and Matt Brown join us to take a look at gay men and their intense romantic friendships with women, from legendary stars like Judy Garland and Liza Minelli’ to Lindsay’s own deep relationship with a man who later came out as gay.

Posted in: Artists/Designers, Interviews, Podcast 2 days ago 0