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FOF #2240 – A Taste of Peppermint

Peppermint is a sweet and refreshing drag queen who has made a big name for herself in the New York City scene and has made a big splash online with her viral videos.

Today Peppermint joins us to talk about her sensational music, her wild videos and how she teams up with Sherry Vine to conquer the world.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Interviews, Podcast 4 years ago 0

FOF #2239 – Peaches Christ’s Family Values

FOX television announces a remake of the Rocky Horror Picture Show featuring trans actress Laverne Cox in the lead role of Dr. Frank N. Furter. Many are excited to see Ms. Cox play the iconic role but some are worried it’ll get watered down as respectability politics will undoubtedly come into play.

Today Peaches Christ joins us to talk about Rocky Horror’s remake, her upcoming production of The Addams Apple Family Values where she plays little Wednesday Addams.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 4 years ago 8

FOF #2191 – To Miss Understood, Thanks for Everything

It’s the 20 year anniversary of To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, the unusual film that featured pretty much every famous drag queen at the time including RuPaul, Lady Bunny, Coco Peru and Miss Understood.

Joining us today is Miss Understood to look at the movie and how through her company, Screaming Queens, she’s gotten to work with so many well loved drag performers.

FOF #2012 – Talk to the Hand

There’s much talk online about the impact gay men have on black women- one blogger claims drag queens are ruining black women’s natural beauty, and then another blogger says white gay men are being disrespectful when they imitate the black women they love.

Joining us today is writer Zach Stafford, who writes about LGBT issues, race and other urgent topics for the Chicago Tribune’s Redeye magazine.

Posted in: Podcast 5 years ago 4

FOF #1994 – Lady Bunny is a Carnival of Fun

Lady Bunny is back with “Clowns Syndrome,” a brand new show full of the raunchy humor that’s made Bunny an entertainment institution for three decades. And by that I mean she’s really old and belongs in an institution.

Listen as the phenomenal Lady Bunny joins us to talk about the clash between younger and older generations and performers and audiences over the use of controversial words. You don’t want to miss every delicious minute of this podcast!