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BONUS: Hey Love Muffins, It’s Love B Scott!

YouTube celebrity B Scott gives us a behind the scenes look at how he comes up with his sassy videos and infectious catch phrases. On November 2, B Scott talks in depth with his favorite pop star, Mariah Carey- did the glitter goddess let B Scott touch her rhinestone covered microphone?

Posted in: Interviews, Podcast, Video Bloggers 3 years ago 0

Bonus: Blues Singer Gaye Adegbalola Has Big Ovaries Baby

Blues musician Gaye Adegbalola plays in our studio her greatest hits. She’s wrapping up her farewell tour with her band Saffire, talking about her work in the civil rights movement of the 1960s, what drives her passion in music and why fighting shame is so critical for gay liberation.

Posted in: Live Music Sessions, Podcast 4 years ago 0

FOF #2356 – Into the Woods

Photographer Derrick Woods-Morrow likes to play a game while creating his art: he uses a stopwatch to figure out how long it takes him to approach an unknown man in public and get them to pose nude for his camera.

Today, Derrick Woods-Morrow, whose photography and sculpture draws upon his experiences as a queer black man, joins us to tell us what happened after he convinced complete strangers to get photographed naked.

Posted in: Artists, Interviews, Podcast 8 years ago 7

PHOTO: Best Haircut Ever

Yes folks, those are real torn up 100 dollar bills in this man’s hair, shaved to look like a Louis Vuitton bag. However, I’m guessing that by looking at the tab of the zipper that the zipper itself is a cheap knock-off.

Posted in: Culture & Style, Images 13 years ago 2

VIDEO: Bayard Rustin, Unsung Hero

A colleague of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s and the organizer of the 1963 March on Washington, Bayard Rustin rarely gets a mention in the history books because he was openly gay, something for which […]

Posted in: Embed, People, Politics & Activism, Videos 13 years ago 0

VIDEO: Public TV’s “DuSable to Obama: Chicago’s Black Metropolis”

This video covers the history of Chicago’s African-American community, from its first permanent settler, a black man from the West Indies to the first black president.

I haven’t watched all of it, but part two mentions how important the YMCA was for creating an early vibrant community, so you know what that means! Gays rule!

Posted in: Culture & Style, Politics & Activism, Videos 13 years ago 0

FOFA #1079 – I Believe in Love B. Scott

Everybody loves Love B. Scott. With over 2.3 million channel views, 30 million views of his videos, he’s one of the top 100 most watched people on YouTube of all time- he reaches a larger audience than most televised daily talk shows.

Listen as B Scott gives us a behind the scenes look at how he comes up with his sassy videos and infectious catch phrases. Will there be a B Scottpedia to keep track of his sassy slogans like “love muffins,” “Bitch boo bye” and “splendiferous?”

Posted in: Classic Podcasts, Podcast 14 years ago 1

FOF #1127 – Keep Your Hands Off My Man

The last time fashion writer Terrence Chappell was on the show, he was excited about the possibilities of working as editor for a new gay magazine. He’s not working there today, what went wrong?

Listen as Terrence shares his insights into why gay print media struggles and how Chicago drag legend Chili Pepper tried to steal his man. News: The Great Chocolate Wall of China and the virtual trannie scam artist.

Posted in: Podcast, Writers 14 years ago 13