At the height of the AIDS crisis, artists made sense of the overwhelming despair by giving voice to the isolation people felt and they helped guide our communities forward.
Today, performance artist Hereclitus Vernon joins us to talk about being one of the first people to come down with COVID-19 during the early days of the quarantine. Seven months later, Here is still dealing with the health consequences of the coronavirus.
The last guest we had in person, in the home studio, before the big shutdown, was the delightful comedian Jake Noll who came on to talk about the big changes going on in their life.
With uncertain doom looming around the corner, we wondered which post-apocalypic character from Mad Max Beyond the Thunderdome would we wind up being: Tina Turner or Mel Gibson?
Today comedian Jake Noll joins us to talk about their adventures in transitioning during quarantine, how they almost got roped into a cult in their early days of comedy and finding their way out of a Kobe Bryant shaped corn maze.
Writer and performance artist Kate Bornstein, well known for her work as an advocate for trans folks, queer youth and all misfits is coming forward with her amazing story of being a high ranking official in the Church of Scientology and right hand man to founder L. Ron Hubbard in her new book “A Queer and Pleasant Danger: A Memoir.”
Break out the party hats and put on your mask for masks- this November marks the 10 year anniversary of PrEP, the revolutionary HIV prevention method that reduces the risk of contracting HIV even if you’re exposed to the virus.
Just like birth control, the daily pill that effectively stops all new HIV transmissions has been met by the public with a lot of controversy.
But the big question is “how do we get more people on PrEP?”
Today therapist and relationship expert Damon L Jacobs joins us to take a look at a decade of PrEP and how the sexual liberation that came from it is now impacted by the COVID pandemic
Although drag queens are known for working the runway sweetie, who is to say the art of drag can’t make a twirl in your bakery display case? Okay. Yes girl, spin Miss Swiss Buttercream, frosted for the gods!
Wait- you think drag and pastries don’t mix? They do if it’s DragCakes on Instagram. Created by pastry artist Josué Luciano, drag cakes are edible delights that pay homage to some of the greatest moments in drag.
Today Josué Luciano, the king of drag cakes joins us to take a look at his elaborate confectionery creations inspired by legendary drag queens and great moments in pop music.
Behind every diva, inevitably there’s a fabulous drag queen- today we’re talking to Christian Greenia, the man best known as Cassandra Fever, the number one in command to Elvira- Mistress of the Dark!
Join us as Cassandra Fever gives us the scoop on being the world’s best known Elvira impersonator, what’s up with all the drag queens in LA, and of course Elvira herself.