We all have those friends we love in real life, but their online personality sucks- whether it’s thousands of the same old selfie, tin foil hat fear fantasies or endless promotions to shows you have no way of attending, their social media feed is chock full of not so tasty nuts.
Are we the monsters that we fear in others?
Today, comedian Cody Melcher joins us to take a deeper look at why we’re all sharing such embarrassing stuff about ourselves on the Internet.
One of the most underrated drag queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race is Vivacious, mother of Ornacia, whose fan slapping, club couture and sassy sayings have become part of the language of drag. Recently, Vivacious tore it up with Katy Perry on Saturday Night Live.
Today Vivacious joins us from her sewing room in New York City to kiki about her appearance with Katy Perry on SNL.
We love H.R. Giger’s Alien monsters: the intergalactic gothic superbeasts that look like a combination of male and female genitalia who will ruin your day if they don’t impregnate you first.
Today, we take a look at the new Alien: Covenant film, our favorite things from past Alien movies, why we’re all secretly rooting for the monster and why the movie and book titles sound like gay Broadway plays.
We do a talk show, you know the podcast you’re listening to right now and from time to time we, and by “we” I mean mostly “me” put our foot in our mouths because we’re passionate about things and when we see something go wrong, we speak out.
Today, we take a look at how we’ve handled online trolls, astroturfers, or regular bullies who don’t like what we have to say and who make it their #1 agenda to put a stop to our creative efforts.
It’s been seven years since the “It Gets Better” campaign encouraged folks to tell LGBT youth to hold on tight for one more day, but a new study says that approach isn’t the best way to deal with bullying.
Today, comedian Meg Grunewald joins us to take a look at the landmark LGBT visibility campaign, the power of finding your tribe and why it’s ok to leave a bad situation.
Giant wigs, sequined gowns, too much mascara and lots of laughs, Sasha Soprano’s The Drag Queens of Comedy is the drag comedy showcase we’ve been hungry for.
Today, we take you backstage to The Drag Queens of Comedy in Chicago, where we kiki-ed with the most outrageous drag legends!