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FOF #2742 – Brendan Scannell Gets into Bondage

It’s easy to get swept up in all the pinching, peeing, titty torture, tying down, tickling and penguin suit wrestling on Netflix’s new show Bonding but at the heart of the series is a story of two friends growing up together and sharing some very intimate experiences.

Today we’re chatting with comedian Brendan Scannell about the new Netflix series Bonding where’s he’s cast as the assistant to a dominatrix.

Posted in: Actors, Comedians, Interviews, Podcast 1 month ago 1

FOF #2735 – A Look at Beyoncé’s Homecoming

In the new concert special, Homecoming, Beyoncé gives fans a backstage look at her rehearsals and shows how she iss the hardest working woman in show business.

And when it comes to business, nobody does it quite like Beyoncé who is getting a whopping $60 million for three Netflix specials.

Today rhythm & blues musician Erthe St James joins us to take a look at Beyoncé’s Homecoming documentary

Posted in: Musicians, Podcast 2 months ago 0

FOF #2703 – Muffy Fishbasket Gets Real

With the rise of the internet, web videos and reality TV shows, queer artists have access to an unprecedented amount of visibility and while it seems like the possibilities of having a real career as a drag queen are endless, is it really so easy?

Today Muffy Fishbasket, the campy queen from Camp Wannakiki joins us to talk about how to make it work when the work seems daunting.

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

FOF #2660 – Go Tootsie Go

The 1982 the hit film Tootsie captivated audiences with its story of an actor so desperate to get a job that he crossed dress as a woman and became America’s sweetheart feminist icon.

Today we’re taking a look at the new Broadway musical Tootsie, that aims to update the classic love story of boy meets girl, boy dresses up as girl, and then girls fall in love.

Posted in: Podcast 8 months ago 0

FOF #2637 – Will Hannah Gadsby’s “Nanette” Change Comedy for Good?

Hannah Gadsby’s solo show “Nanette” is unlike no other comedy special you’ve seen before and may be the most important performance of the decade.

Today comedian Colette Gregory joins us to reflect Hannah Gadsby’s landmark performance “Nanette.” Colette is a trained mental health counselor who works on a wide variety of fields including LGBT folks and sexual assault prevention, and has a lot of insight into this powerful performance.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 11 months ago 0

FOF #2607 – Crazy for Cults

Netflix’s new documentary Wild Wild Country has everything- guns, bombs, drugs, imperialism, racism, attempted murder, bio-terrorism, Learjets, Rolls Royces by the dozens and freaky naked hippies.

Today we take a look at the strange but true story of the Rajneesh cult that exploded in the 80s in Oregon and what folks who organize theater groups and religious organizations can learn from their mistakes.

Posted in: Podcast 1 year ago 3

FOF #2567 – New Year, New Weave

Hair changes as you age, and that’s ok. But what’s not ok is getting too many stresses over your tresses, or lack thereof.

Today our fabulous gal pal, comedian Carma Nibarger, is coming out in her brand new weave with a brand new attitude. Join us as we chat about the various ways people modify their hair, from extensions, wigs and toupees, to washing the gray away and dusting your hair with hair powder.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 1 year ago 0

FOFA #2148 – Shea’s Not Having It

Language is a delicious melting pot of cultures, but just like that tasty cheese fondue pot you got as a gift, sometimes you can get burned.

Today, the delicious Shea Coulee from Cooking with Drag Queens Season One, has a lot to say about some people’s response to the UK student group’s declaration that asks white gay men to stop talking like sassy black women.

Listen as Shea reads to filth gay guys who think it’s cool to mince around like black divas, what it takes to walk the walk if you’re going to talk the talk, and being an outsider in an outside world. Originally posted on 04.10.15

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 2 years ago 0

FOF #2377 – Stranger Than Things

Netflix’s newest hit, the spooky sci-fi series, Stranger Things, started off as an experiment where the filmmakers tried to see how many scenes from classic 80’s films they could fit into a trailer.

Today, the fabulous Carma Nibarger, joins us to take a look at some strange but true facts you probably didn’t know about Stranger Things and the 80s films and TV shows by people like Steven Spielberg, Stephen King, and John Carpenter that inspired the spooky series.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 3 years ago 4

FOF #2148 – Shea’s Not Having It

Language is a delicious melting pot of cultures, but just like that tasty cheese fondue pot you got as a gift, sometimes you can get burned.

Today, the delicious Shea Coulee from Cooking with Drag Queens Season One, has a lot to say about some people’s response to the UK student group’s declaration that asks white gay men to stop talking like sassy black women.

Listen as Shea reads to filth gay guys who think it’s cool to mince around like black divas, what it takes to walk the walk if you’re going to talk the talk, and being an outsider in an outside world.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 4 years ago 10