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FOF #2749 – Selling the Rainbow: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Queer Bomb

A lot has happened in the 50 years since the Stonewall Riots when it seemed the only people who courted the gay dollar were mafia controlled bars. Since then, the public has grown to embrace queer rights and now big business is looking to cash in like never before.

Today we’re taking a look at how LGBT folks have been the target of marketing campaigns, the corporatization of Pride and pink washing to hide a business’ evil deeds.

Posted in: Podcast, Writers 16 days ago 0

FOF #2748 – Art After Stonewall

A massive two venue exhibition and book, “Art after Stonewall,” takes a look at the art, artists and activists that engaged with LGBTQ+ politics to unapologetically portray same-sex and trans desire while shattering the gender binary.

Today the show’s curator, art historian Jonathan Weinberg joins us to marvel at the amazing artists who changed the world in the two decades after Stonewall.

Posted in: Artists, Podcast, Writers 23 days ago 0

FOF #2691 – New Madonna, Who Dis?

Madonna rang in the New Year with a surprise performance at the Stonewall Inn where a teary eyed audience sang along with Madonna as she performed an acoustic cover of “Like a Prayer.”

Today comedian Nadya Ginsburg, best known for her hilarious TV series “The Madonnalogues” joins us to take a look at the wild and ridiculous life of Madonna.

Posted in: Comedians, Interviews, Podcast 5 months ago 0

FOF #2497 – Pride is Coming

We’ve come a long way baby since the Stonewall Riots which sparked the modern LGBT rights movement and even though it’s important to remember how it all began, these days Pride is mostly a party, and that’s ok.

Today, Colette Gregory, a she-larious strong black woman joins us to discuss how to navigate your Pride season festivities and not be ground down into the dirt by the end of it.

Listen as we chat with Collette about why sunscreen is so important, why feather boas are sticky beasts in hot weather and the best way to cop a feel from the hot guy at the parade.

Posted in: Comedians, Interviews, Podcast 2 years ago 2

FOF #2200 – Two Black Women

People are hopping mad at Marissa Johnson & Mara Willaford for halting a political rally in Seattle moments before presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was scheduled to speak.

By challenging the liberal candidate, these two black women are now facing a lot of heat. Many activists from Black Lives Matter are asking them to apologize and some people outside of the movement suspect sinister forces are at play.

Posted in: Podcast 4 years ago 1

FOF #2199 – Lucy Stoole is Our Number Two Favorite Drag Queen

When it comes to being a fierce bearded queen, Lucy Stoole is the SHIT. Exploding on the Chicago scene, Lucy entertains the crap out of her audiences with fierce looks that you can’t just can’t flush down the toilet.

Listen as Lucy Stool joins us to talk about her bearded drag and behind the scenes at her recent show in Chicago with Alaska Thunderfuck.

Posted in: Drag & Trans, Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 4 years ago 1

FOF #1968 – Signs You’re a Basic Gay Bitch

These days, about the biggest way you can insult someone is by calling them boring. Normal. Basic Bitches, a hip-hop slang is getting big on the internet: #basicbitches. A basic bitch is someone who thinks they are brilliant innovators, when in reality are just following the herd.

Joining us is one of the most basic gay bitches we know, Tommy Holl to take a look at why we worry about the reasons why we like things. Are you a basic gay bitch?

Posted in: Culture & Style, Podcast 5 years ago 5

FOF #1815 – Beyond Stonewall

There’s no denying that the Stonewall Riots that happened in New York City in June of 1969 helped spark the modern LGBT rights movement. But before then, and since then, a lot has happened.

Today we’re taking a look at some of the more significant events that have helped make the world a better place for LGBT folks- Kinsey, Harvey Milk, the AIDS crisis, daytime tabloid talk shows and of course the rise of the Internet.

Posted in: Podcast 6 years ago 3

Stonewall Uprising Airs Tonight on PBS

Stonewall- it wasn’t the start of the gay rights movement but the uprising galvanized the community like no other action. “The film “Stonewall Uprising” which airs tonight on PBS, details the landmark call to action. […]

Posted in: Culture & Style, Television, Videos 8 years ago 2
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FOFA #1265 – My Coming Out Story is a Gay Telenovela

Tired of playing junkies, maids and ice cream vendors, comedians Hugo Rosado and Michael Villarreal joined Salsation, a Latino sketch comedy troupe to take some juicer roles that better portray the complexities of the Latino […]

Posted in: Classic Podcasts, Comedians, Interviews, Podcast 8 years ago 0