As fun as it is to dress up as a drag queen or a Disney princess, all that costuming can get pretty pricey. Today video blogger Tamara Lynn Chambers joins us to talk about her latest Princess in Everyday Life project where she’s attempting to doll up every day of the week in everyday princess attire. Also joining us is comedian Cody Melcher!
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Today on the Secret Podcast: Podcast meltdowns. When everything goes horribly wrong and folks walk off in anger and frustration.
One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the concept of drag is why they hell do we call them drag queens in the first place? RuPaul said drag was an acronym from Elizabethan theater for DRessed as A Girl, but how would she know? She’s old, but not that old.
Today we introduce you to what may be the real meaning of the term drag queen, and believe it or not, it has nothing to do with Shakespeare.
Spoiler alert! It broke our hearts to see blond bombshell Jaymes Mansfield be the first contestant to go home on RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9. But things aren’t over yet for this gal from Wisconsin- she’s still putting out great work in her LGBT pop culture web series Drag Herstory and she makes her Cooking with Drag Queens debut where we make a Beauty and the Beast Princess Doll Cake.
Today, Jaymes Mansfield joins us to share her experience on RuPaul’s Drag Race and meeting so many of her idols including Lady Gaga.
We’ve all had dates that went horribly wrong, but then later, as we tell our friends about the bad romance over and over again it becomes comedy gold.
Today, comedian Zach Zimmerman joins us to talk about his new show “The Twink on the Fire Escape,” an interactive performance pub crawl through Chicago’s Boystown where he tells the hair-raising story of a date with a young blond guy that ended with both of them on a fire escape clinging for dear life.
Happy Valentine’s Day y’all! For many people Valentine’s day is super annoying, with the social media getting clogged up with tacky valentines, desperately horny singles pleading for nookie, obnoxious couples flaunting their relationships, and Taylor Swift.
But screw that– Valentine’s Day is all about love, and so we’re spending it with two bad girls you’ll love, Teri Yaki and her gal pal Dakota.
A lot of people think that being an awesome drag queen is all about the hair, make-up and costume. But in reality, being a successful drag queen requires immersing yourself into the audience and picking up on subtle cues.
Today Bob the Drag Queen reflects with us on common mistakes drag queens make, in the club and on the net.
One of the most coveted roles for any drag queen who loves to sing live is Dr. Frank-N-Furter, from the Rocky Horror Show– who like our friend Alaska might not be much of a man by the light of day, but at night is one hell of a lover! Ha ha…
Today Alaska Thunderfuck joins us from San Antonio, Texas to talk about taking on the role of a lifetime, Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the live stage production of the Rocky Horror Show.
Charles Busch made a career playing vampy dames in plays he wrote and produced: Die, Mommie, Die!, The Lady in Question and his first and probably best known work, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom.
Today we chat with the legendary Charles Busch about his fabulous life as a Broadway drag queen, and his thoughts on drag finally going mainstream with RuPaul’s Drag Race.