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Back to Our Roots

Feast of Fun first began in 2005, when there were only about 50 podcasts in the world and most of them were people doing Sex and the City epsiode recaps.

16 years and 3001 shows later, there are millions of podcasts participating in the great conversation of life, love and viral memes.

Today our good friend Kerthy Fix is interviewing the best guests in the world: us! Kerthy is best known as the on-camera producer Kerthy from the MTV series Teen Mom and for creating documentary films that examine the creative lives of LGBTQ musicians.

Posted in: Podcast 7 months ago 0

FOF #3000 – And the Feast Goes On

It’s the 3000th episode of Feast of Fun, the Gay Talk Show that (accoring to Apple) “helped pave the way to bring podcasting from an underground movement to a mainstream phenomenon.”

Today we celebrate like a bridesmaid at a destination wedding who’s had way too much to drink. We are spilling all the delicious tea, iced of course and looking at how everyone’s lives have changed as a result of podcasting, the Internet and Feast of Fun.

Posted in: Podcast 7 months ago 2

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 1 year ago 0

FOF #2929 – Valentine’s Day in the Age of PrEP and Covid

With both Valentine’s Day and Groundhog Day, February is the sexiest month of the year, but also the most frustrating- with Covid, how are we going to get Cupid’s arrow to strike us in our little burrows as we self-isolate?

Today healthcare advocate Michael Chancely, who recently took over running the PrEP Facts: Rethinking HIV Prevention and Sex group on Facebook, joins us to take a look at Valentine’s Day in the age of PrEP and Covid and how we are all PrEPped up with nowhere to blow!

FOF #2899 – 10 Years of Wild, Unadulterated Fun

Break out the party hats and put on your mask for masks- this November marks the 10 year anniversary of PrEP, the revolutionary HIV prevention method that reduces the risk of contracting HIV even if you’re exposed to the virus.

Just like birth control, the daily pill that effectively stops all new HIV transmissions has been met by the public with a lot of controversy.

But the big question is “how do we get more people on PrEP?”

Today therapist and relationship expert Damon L Jacobs joins us to take a look at a decade of PrEP and how the sexual liberation that came from it is now impacted by the COVID pandemic

Posted in: Podcast, Politicians/Activists 2 years ago 2

FOF #2825 – Terrence Chappell Takes On Pleasure and PrEP

The battle against HIV and AIDS has changed a lot since the virus was first identified in 1983 and we’ve seen a decrease in new HIV infections overall, but black young people are still disproportionately the largest group for new HIV infections.

Today, writer Terrence Chappell, joins us to chat about his work creating awareness about access to HIV prevention.

Posted in: Podcast 2 years ago 5

FOF #2718 – Velvet Rage: Flaws in 3-D

One of the gay liberation book Velvet Rage, despite all the great ideas presented, is that it misses out on the intersection of gender and sexual identity, and presents traditional, monogamous relationships as the ideal.

Today therapist and relationship expert Damon L Jacobs joins us to take a look at why some gay men get angry when they are challenged and why it’s so hard to draw strength from understanding our weaknesses.

Posted in: Podcast, Politics & Activism, Writers 3 years ago 2

FOF #2681 – Tie a Red AIDS Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree

In 1991, a coalition of artists called Visual AIDS created the Red Ribbon public awareness campaign by boldly putting a red ribbon on the seat of all the attendees of the Tony Awards and brought the national conversation about AIDS out of the shadows and into the light.

Today we take a look at the history of the powerful statement that is the Red AIDS Ribbon that helped ignite a change in a world that would rather not talk about homosexuality, sex work or drug use, let alone HIV & AIDS.

Posted in: Podcast 4 years ago 0

FOF #2536 – The Story of Oh Oh Oh Ornacia

Vivacious is back with her first fully produced single “Ornacia” – a song about the mysterious glowing noggin from outer space.

Today Vivacious joins us to kiki about the best and worst RuGirls songs ever, and the tightrope queens walk when airing their grievances on social media.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 5 years ago 2

FOF #2336 – 12 Years of LGBT Podcasting

A lot has happened since we first started the podcast 12 years ago: Marriage Equality, drag queens TV superstars, PrEP effectively stops HIV and trans is the new battleground for civil rights.

Today we take a look at how life has changed for us and our audience by taking a look back at some of the major events that have happened in real life and on the show.

Posted in: Podcast 6 years ago 5