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Muscle Nerds – Kevin Giezy, the Singing Bodybuilder

At the gym, we all come together to build muscle, get in touch with our bodies and be our best selves. Gay or straight, bi or bi-curious, for those who are into bodybuilding, it’s a thrill to see a jacked-up beast flex their muscles, even if it’s our own selves in the mirror.

Today actor, singer, model, cosplayer, dork, bi bodybuilder Kevin Giezy, best known on social media as That Naked Nerd joins us to talk about how he leveraged his love for musical theater into a passion for bodybuilding and cosplay.

Posted in: Podcast 2 months ago 0

FOF #2503 – Spider-Man is Amazing Again

Hey there true believers! Spider-Man is amazing again! Owing a lot to John Hughes’ hilarious teen-angst films of the 80s, Spider-Man Homecoming ditches the dreary origin story because we’ve already Uncle Ben there, done that and gives us what Spiderman is all about, a mythical coming-of-age story of a misfit teen.

Today we’re taking a look at the new film Spider-Man Homecoming with the very funny and insightful Brian Sweeney, whose favorite superhero of all time is Spiderman.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 5 years ago 2

FOF #1987 – Happy Birthday Brian Sweeney!

It’s comedian Brian Sweeney’s birthday, and he expects all of you to celebrate or so help him God, he’ll make it his personal mission to destroy everything that you love. Brian has an awkward time around people, so don’t take his threats seriously.

Today, Brian Sweeney joins us to talk about why so many 30 somethings get depressed on their birthdays and why the new Spiderman movie sucked so bad.

Posted in: Podcast 8 years ago 6

FOF #1980 – Chanté You Stay

Today political junkie and gospel singer Richard Streetman joins us to talk about the latest election in North Carolina that involves openly gay American Idol contestant Clay Aiken and anti-marriage equality drag queen Mona Sinclair, under his legal name Steve Wiles.

For years Richard Streetman worked for some of Chicago top politicians including President Obama long before he hit the national stage. As a South Carolinian, Richard has a lot of unque and hilarious insights into their quirky politics.

Posted in: Podcast 8 years ago 10

FOF #1831 – The Thin Line Between Heroes and Villains

Alan Turing was hailed as a hero for cracking the Nazi’s Enigma code but was then later persecuted for being gay. Today Brian Sweeney to take a look at the thin line between heroes and villains, and how we sometimes crucify our heroes for being human.

Plus, we mark the passing of Michael L Jackson, a Chicago gay community leader who in a meth fueled rage, killed a cab driver in 2005.

Posted in: Podcast 9 years ago 2

FOF #1006 – Charleston Chew

Comedian Cameron Esposito talks about her performance at the Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival and muses with Marc and Fausto about having your own fantasy lesbian bar, the Charleston Chew.

Posted in: Podcast 13 years ago 19