Oh Honey! Heavy is the head that wins the crown, and for the queen of all queens who won RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars 3, we know it’s also not easy to walk a mile in Trixie Mattel’s pink cowgirl boots.
Today Vivacious, mother of Ornacia joins us to wrap up our podcast series on RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars 3 and what happens now that Shangela gets her dreams of getting the Drag Race crown denied.
We often get asked about the Kinsey Institute’s findings that say that gay men have half an inch longer penises than straight guys. So today, we are pulling out our yardstick and checking our junk against straight man Brian Sweeney to see if this is true. Are you ready Brian?
Join us as we chat about why straight guy's ideas about dick size, how a big member can impact your team and why morning wood happens.
For Brittany Campbell, it’s a golden age- she's in the monster hit Hamilton the Musical, she’s releasing a new album and now she’s nominated for the Helen Hayes Award for her role as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady.
By George she’s got it! Listen as Brittany Campbell joins us to talk about her new album Stay Gold, how the drag queens of NYC took her under their glittery wings and her collaboration with pansexual albino supermodel Shaun Ross.
With just one more episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 to go before they crown a winner and, with BenDeLaCreme out of the way, it’s now the Trixie and Shangela show.
Today, mother of Ornacia and mother to us all, Vivacious, joins us to take a look at the latest episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars and New York Times’ big question this week: “Who is Ornacia?”
It’s easier now than ever with hook-up apps to meet someone for a little fun, but it’s also great way to get yourself into some sticky situations.
All relationships, whether short or long term benefit form more than just good communication.
Today on the Secret Podcast: how to make meeting anonymous strangers for sex safer and the secrets to a long and happy relationship.
By breaking all the rules, Divine ushered in the era of the modern drag queen built on rebellion. Drag used to focus on female impersonation but Divine took it in a whole new direction that’s still being celebrated.
Today Peaches Christ, joins us to take a look at the life and legacy of America’s first drag superstar- Divine. Why are drag queens who came of age at the time of RuPaul and Lady Bunny were more interested in being rebels than passing as beautiful women?