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FOF #2820 – Billy Porter’s Grammy Fashion Explosion

Folks have been oohing and ahhing over the fabulous queer fashion at the Grammys, from Lil’ Nas X’s fuschia Versace cowboy bondage get up to Billy Porter’s insta-shade hat: the men on the red carpet brought the house down boots.

Today, comedian Rachel Hall joins us to look at all the wild fashion on the Grammys red carpet.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 27 days ago 1

FOF #2819 – Lizzo: Welcome to the Grammys Bitch!

A Tron, cyber drag queen bodysuit, sparkling tennis shoes and a rock and roll flute: there’s so much to toot about Lizzo’s opening number at the 2020 Grammys.

Today we take a look at Lizzo’s Grammy performance, the openly gay men’s fashion red carpet statements, Lil Nas X’s big win and all the bedazzling sparkling news to blind the shadiest queens.

Posted in: Podcast 28 days ago 0

FOF #2818 – Like a Candle in the Wind

It always stinks of a publicity stunt whenever Gwyneth Paltrow releases one of her bougie new products and her recent “This Smells Like My Vagina” candle smells exactly the same. The candles sold out, thanks to Elton John who probably snatched some to burn during performances of his iconic song “Candle in the Wind” just for the jokes alone.

Today comedian Matt Brown joins us to figure out if Gwyneth Paltrow’s scented candles could be considered a fossil fuel.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 29 days ago 0

FOF #2826 – A Lesbian Nun’s Adventures on the Isle of Lesbos

Ex-nun, genderqueer, nurse, author, nerd and comedian Kelli Dunham joins us to talk about her life as a nun: what drew her to become a bride of Christ and what happened when the marriage was annulled?

Kelli’s new comedy album “I Am Not the Gym Teacher” pokes fun at how people perceive her non-binary gender expression where she is often mistaken for the gym teacher.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 12 days ago 0

FOF #2825 – Terrence Chappell Takes On Pleasure and PrEP

The battle against HIV and AIDS has changed a lot since the virus was first identified in 1983 and we’ve seen a decrease in new HIV infections overall, but black young people are still disproportionately the largest group for new HIV infections.

Today, writer Terrence Chappell, joins us to chat about his work creating awareness about access to HIV prevention.

Posted in: Podcast 13 days ago 5

FOF #2829 – Andie Main Takes a Look at Horrifying Animal Attacks

No matter how cute and cuddly animals look, most of them wouldn’t think twice about murdering you if given half the chance. You’d think we’d learn our lesson and keep our distance from them, but it seems some folks just have to jump into a giant aquarium with a killer whale.

Today comedian Andie Main joins us to take a look at terrifying and hilarious animal attacks that she’s talked about on her podcast People Enjoying Terrible Accidents.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 6 days ago 0

FOF #2828 – American National Anthem Performance Fails

The U.S. National Anthem is a tough song to sing, and when a famous entertainer butchers it up, the results are hilarious.

Today comedian Carma Nibarger joins us to look at celebrities bombing hard at the National Anthem, from Fergie to Roseanne and why Whitney Houston’s version still is amazing all these years later.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 7 days ago 3

FOF #2823 – My Name is Jake Noll

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but for trans and non binary people, it’s not all about the smell. A new name can showcase how you want to present to the world and its effect can be life changing.

Posted in: Podcast 17 days ago 0

FOF #2822 – Cake Sitting for Peace

Over the past 15 years on Feast of Fun we’ve done some outrageous things which have captured people’s imagination, from refereeing drag queens battling it out to getting folks to sit on cakes as an anti-war and marriage equality statement, we made an impact.

But mainly we just wanted to see butts covered in frosting. Who doesn’t?

Today we’re taking a look at some magical, viral moments on Feast of Fun!

Posted in: Podcast 19 days ago 0

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 20 days ago 0