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This week on social media, Tennessee queen Aurora Sexton called out some Drag Race girls for their unprofessional behavior for showing up late, forcing clubs to rearrange the show order to suit their taste and the worst crime off all, demanding red M&Ms and champagne be put in their dressing room.
Today Fox E. Kim, our drag sister from another mister joins us to speak in defense of the ingenue queens who simply don’t want sweaty greasy fans grabbing their wigs when they aggressively hug them.
Hollywood isn’t stellar when it comes to casting out of the closet LGBT actors in roles that portray the LGBT experience.
But thankfully that’s changing. Leading the way is trans actress Alexandra Billings, who holds the distinction of being the first trans woman to play a transgender character on television.
Watching a horror movie can be very therapeutic. You get to experience terror without any real danger and you get to scream real loud. Unfortunately, Hollywood shamefully capitalizes on the audience’s latent transphobia by centering horror films around transgender killers.
In real life, transgender people are usually the victims of heinous crimes instead of the perpetuators. Today, Parker Marie Molloy joins us to take a look at transgender movie villains.
As the unstoppable engine of Marriage Equality chugs forward in 2014, we can look forward to an exciting discussion on LGBT workplace equality, especially when it comes to trans folks. But here’s the catch: not all trans people agree on what equality means for them.
Joining us today is comedian Jeffrey Jay who has quite a bit to say about all the attention trans folks have been getting lately. Jeffrey tours colleges across the country and dares his audience to ask him offensive questions about being trans. If someone hurts his feelings he says he’ll pay them $200.
In 2014, Big Brother will be your best friend and sexual partner. With wearable tech like Google Glasses, a huge culture clash will erupt between Google Glassholes- people who obnoxiously capture every moment of their lives and people who don’t want to be put out on blast.
Joining us today is blogger Robyn Pennacchia to predict what 2014 will be like by looking at the events and trends that made the headlines last year.
A firestorm has erupted over an ambitious reporter who was writing a story about an amazing new golf club only to discover it’s inventor Dr. V had falsified her educational background and that she was transgender. After telling the inventor that he would include his findings in the story, Dr. V commited suicide.
Today Brian Sweeney joins us to take a look at the death of transgender inventor Dr. V and why journalist Caleb Hannan coldly peeled back the layers of this woman’s life.
We were kind of shocked to see our gal pal Reina Valentino show up in a wheelchair, the poor girl has been having knee problems and is waiting surgery to be able to walk again. […]
New Zealand-based activist group The Queer Avengers staged a protest outside the offices of local paper The Dominion Post to take them to task for publishing an opinion piece earlier this week which denigrated trans […]