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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.Listen Now
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.Listen Now
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.Listen Now
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.Listen Now
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.Listen Now
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.Listen Now