Proudly going where no other Star Trek actor had gone before George Takei got back into the national spotlight last year when “beamed” out of the closet as a openly gay man and spoke candidly […]
The Gerber Hart Library has unveiled a new exhibit, “The City That Werqs,” which takes a look at the history of drag in Chicago, from cross-dressing gals at belle epoque balls to modern day queens of color searching for a safe place to perform.
Joining us to take a look at all the rich drag her and his-story is co-curator for the exhibit- C’est Kevvie, who won people’s hearts with her can-do spirit on the debut season of Camp Wannakiki.Listen Now
It’s been a thrilling season on Alt For Norge, where my gorgeous husband Marc Felion and 11 other Norwegian-Americans competed in challenges based on language, culture and history.
Joining us today is Marc’s castmate and the winner of Alt for Norge season nine, Kelsey Jaffer. Listen as actor, writer and singer Kelsey Jaffer chats with us about what it took to snatch the crown give Everything for Norway.Listen Now
The wait is over, RuPaul announced her All-Stars 4 cast, 10 queens from past seasons who are ready to battle it out for a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame.
Today we take a look at the all new Season 4 of Drag Race All-Stars, who do we think is going to snatch the crown, and who will the the first gal to be sent home packing?Listen Now
As a way of saying thank you, we’re taking all your questions, all of them on today’s show.
Listen as we spill the tea on the best and worst guests, if we’ll do sexual content someday and upcoming projects that are cooking up.Listen Now
A blue wave crashed upon the shores of Washington D.C. with Democrats taking over the House where a record number of women of color were elected and Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois elected Democratic governors.
Today we’re taking a look at the 2018 Midterm Elections- how big was the blue wave, what will happen to Trump, and which handsome, sexy guest from Feast of Fun just got elected to office?Listen Now
Like many gals in her scene, Dis Charge cherishes her grassroots scene and feels at odds with the mainstreaming of drag as a result of the success of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Today U.K. queen Dis Charge and her gal pal Ophelia Wilde join us in the home studio to talk about their counterculture roots as burlesque artists.Listen Now