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Nadya Ginsburg Wrestles Madonna

When God closes a Madonna Celebration Tour, she opens up an all new podcast with Nadya Ginsburg! In the new web series Raw & Real now streaming on OutTV, Nadya gives viewers an intimate look as she battles it out against her own portrayals of Madonna and Cher. 

Today Nadya Ginsburg joins us to look at life beyond Madonna, Cher and Britney as she takes on the challenge to embrace the ultimate diva: herself.

Posted in: Podcast 5 days ago 0

Remembering Tina Turner: All the Tea on Tina Turner

In the new documentary film, Tina, the Queen of Rock and Roll has the final word on her growing poor, her relationship with Ike Turner, and how she became one of the world’s most celebrated artists.

The new documentary is gonna get you hooked on Tina all over again.

But despite its in-depth look at the pop icon’s life, many amazing things were briefly touched on or left on the cutting room floor, so today is Tina Turner day, where we look at the life and legacy of this one of a kind diva.

Posted in: Musicians, Podcast 1 year ago 0

Matt Brown is Mad at Cher, Happy with AI Mariah Carey

Cher better watch her back, cause Matt Brown is ready to steal her new man.

Today comedian Matt Brown, who’s been described as 80% Kathy Griffin and 20% hood rat, joins us to look at Cher’s very famous ex-lovers, Chris Rock’s “Selective Outrage” comedy special and why, despite the best intentions, asking people’s pronouns in the workplace could violate their privacy.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 1 year ago 0

Nadya Ginsburg Takes on the Evolving Face of Madonna

For years Nadya has been well known for her stage show and web series The Madonnalouges, where she portrays Madonna’s and other famous women existential crisis as they face the harsh light of fame.

Today comedian Nadya Ginsburg, best known for her uncanny impersonations of Cher, Winona Ryder and Madonna joins us to look at the evolution of Madonna’s face and how we have a hard time accepting our favorite entertainers when they unexpectedly go in a new direction in their work, or in their plastic surgery.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 1 year ago 2

FOF #2979 – The Joy of Gay Aging

For the first time in modern history we have huge numbers of out and proud folks who are looking forward to getting the most out of life.

As the old saying goes, you’re not getting any younger. And that my friends is a marvelous thing.

Today family therapist and PrEP enthusiast Damon L Jacobs joins us to celebrate as Feast of Fun approaches its 3000th episode and talk about what it’s like to get older. Like a fine wine or a stinky cheese, this podcast is ripe for your enjoyment.

Posted in: Podcast, Writers 3 years ago 0

FOF #2959 – I’m 50 and I Like to Kick!

When it comes to aging, nothing makes us laugh like Molly Shannon’s endearing Sally O’Malley character from SNL triumphantly stating “I’m proud to say I’m 50 years old, I’m not one of those gals who’s afraid to state her real age, and I like to kick, stretch and kick!”

Today therapist and relationship expert Damon L Jacobs joins us to look at turning 50 with power, purpose, and pleasure. Damon just hit the 50 year mark himself and wrote a fabulous collection of blogs on growing older with style inspired by the movie The Breakfast Club.

Posted in: Podcast, Writers 3 years ago 0

FOF #2946 – The Tea on Tina Turner

In the new documentary film, Tina, the Queen of Rock and Roll has the final word on her growing poor, her relationship with Ike Turner, and how she became one of the world’s most celebrated artists.

The new documentary is gonna get you hooked on Tina all over again.

But despite its in-depth look at the pop icon’s life, many amazing things were briefly touched on or left on the cutting room floor, so today is Tina Turner day, where we look at the life and legacy of this one of a kind diva.

Posted in: Musicians, Podcast 3 years ago 0

FOF #2930 – The Unsinkable Harma Hartouni

When life knocks you down, it’s hard to get back up, especially when you live in an oppressive place, your family rejects you for being gay and you’ve broken both your legs.

For real estate entrepreneur Harma Hartouni, things weren’t always in the pink. Although he was born in the US, Harma was taken to live in Iran at a young age, and as a ethnic Armenian and a gay kid he felt he was at odds with the world around him.

Today, Harma Hartouni joins us to talk about his new memoir, Getting Back Up: A Story of Resilience, Self-Acceptance and Success, which details his life growing up as a gay Armenian in Iran, moving back to LA to come out as gay and marrying his Disney Prince.

Posted in: Podcast, Writers 3 years ago 0

FOF #2918 – Ten Years of Glitter Day

This January marks the 10 year anniversary of Glitter Day, the fabulous holiday in celebration of all things magical and sparkly inside all of us.

The idea for an LGBTQ+ centric winter holiday began as a funny bit on the podcast and amazingly the idea caught on like wildfire. Glitter Day is now celebrated around the world!

Today our dear friend Michael Lehet joins us to look back on a decade of Glitterous Glory, and other wonderfully weird and wild ideas that caught on the Internet.

Posted in: Podcast, Video Bloggers, Writers 4 years ago 2

FOF #2794 – Halloween Procrastinators

Halloween is upon us and for some folks the most terrifying thing isn’t some ghoul, goblin or their prime minister in blackface, the thing that scares them the most is putting on a costume.

Today comedian Matt Brown joins us to look at the fear and anxiety over wearing costumes and other types of Halloween procrastinations.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 5 years ago 0