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Gay Fun Show: Feast of Fools podcast makes your iPod fabulous! Fresh, funny talk on odd news, social trends and celebrity interviews peppered with a dazzling assortment of cocktail recipes and how-to projects. Serving up sass with five new shows every week, listen to real-life gay couple Fausto Fernos and Marc Felion along with their hilarious regulars: Amanda Steinstein, Sal-E and Gregg Shapiro. Subscribe now and take a fresh new look at the media. Winner of the Peoples Choice Podcast Award ...
 
Feast of Fun makes your iPod go gay! Listen to our gay podcast every day for fresh funny and honest talk on odd news and social trends peppered with a dazzling assortment of cocktail recipies and celebrity interviews yu won't hear anywhere else. The first gay couple podcast, Marc Felion and Fausto Fernós started the show in February of 2005.Winners of the People's Choice Podcast Award for best Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Trans Podcast and the Gay Bloggies for "Best Podcast" join Marc and Fausto and ...
 
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Thankfully in the digital age it’s easy to self publish but who exactly is going to read a book titled “This Hoe Got Roaches Up in Her Crib?”In the new podcast “The Hood Novel Book Club” comedian Rachel Hall looks at wonderfully weird books about the modern black experience that were written by self published authors with hilarious results. Today, …
 
Neil Patrick Harris won a Tony Award for starring in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway, but we all know the real star is the spectacular wig design of Mike Potter.The task of styling these magnificent wigs for the show goes to legendary NY drag queen Perfidia. Listen as Perfidia gives us a behind the scenes tour of what it’s like styling wigs f…
 
After several box office bombs in the 80s, Disney considered never making animated musicals again. Thankfully, after playwright and lyricist Howard Ashman’s successful musical comedy Little Shop of Horrors, Disney asked him to work with them and launched the Disney Renaissance.Today musical theater enthusiast Jake Bellisimo from the YouTube channel…
 
Knock Knock! Who’s there? Phyllis. Phyillis who? Phyllis your Census form! Have you signed up for the 2020 Census? If you didn't, the Golden Girls reboot has a message for you- fill out the census and get counted for the government services your community deserves. Today, comedian Matt Brown joins us to take a look at the recast of Golden Girls wit…
 
A contemporary of RuPaul and Lady Bunny in Atlanta, DeAundra Peek's cable access show ran for years and although she was loved by many, DeAundra mysteriously disappeared, never to be heard from again, until now.Today, we’re talking to the fabulous DeAundra Peek about her early days in drag and her friendships with all these glorious drag queens.…
 
After our podcast with DeAundra Peek, remained on the line to continue talking about how she got her start on the cable access program “The American Music Show,” which also featured a very young RuPaul.Listen as we chat at about the incredible drag scene of Atlanta in the 80s that gave birth to such legends as RuPaul and Lady Bunny, and lots of jui…
 
Since the origins of house music in Chicago in the early 80s, Screaming Rachael Cain has been its most vocal champion. And throughout the 90s, Rachael was a big part of the famed Club Kid scene in New York City, where many gay icons got their start.Today Screamin’ Rachael joins us along with her protogé Jorge Cruz to take a look at the legacy of ho…
 
The club scene in New York City in the 80s was an incredible time for live music: Punk, Pop, the second British Invasion, and Heavy Metal bands dominated a scene where people had plenty of free time and lots of great drugs to take it all in. At the center of this incredible world was Michael Alago, a music superfan who became one of the biggest nam…
 
When people think of hypnotism, they often conjure up the idea of a malevolent force like Dracula trying to get them to do their bidding.But in reality people turn to hypnotism to live better lives, from quitting smoking to forced feminization: the art of transforming yourself into a beautiful creation of your dominatrix’s imagination. It seems lik…
 
It’s Madonna’s birthday and it’s also the anniversary of the day Elvis Presley died. But does their connection go deeper than that?Today we take a look at the mysterious photo of a young woman trying to meet Elvis. Is this an example of the Mandela effect: the phenomena where large groups of people can recall something that did not happen or rememb…
 
It’s been a huge year for drag queens and their fans, not just with RuPaul’s Drag Race’s move to a major cable channel, but also with the many web series and reality TV shows featuring drag artists.So why are people saying drag is not the shiny happy party it promised to be? As Morgan McMichael says “why you mad girl?”Today, one of New York’s hotte…
 
In the world of female impersonation pageants there is no title more coveted than being crowned Miss Continental. The new documentary film, The Queens, looks at the allure of the decades old Miss Continental contest and what it takes to win the one crown that rules them all.Today, The Queens’ filmmaker, Mark Saxenmeyer, joins us to talk about how t…
 
Kalloo kalay, Kamala Harris has been selected by Joe Biden as his running mate for the 2020 U.S. presidential election.Harris makes history as the first Black woman and the first Asian American woman to run as a vice presidential candidate on a major US party ticket.Today comedian Lindsay Shaw joins us to take a look at the announcement of Kamala H…
 
One of the hardest gigs on reality television is to be the first queen sent home on RuPaul's Drag Race because you never get to show the world everything you have to offer.Today Naysha Lopez, the first gal to go home from Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race joins us to talk about winning the prestigious Miss Continental 2013, and how it compares with be…
 
One of the most influential LGBT documentaries of all time is The Queen, Frank Simon and Flawless Sabrina’s 1968 film that takes the viewer behind the scenes of a tumultuous drag pageant held in New York City two years before the Stonewall riots.Today, Miss Gay U.S. of A pageant winner, Aurora Sexton, joins us to look at drag pageants over the deca…
 
With the weekend coming up, we thought today we’d kick back, put a pizza in the oven and take a look at the goodies from the week and all the hot news-- ➤ A medical miracle: doctors grow a dong on a man’s arm to replace it. ➤ Jennifer Hudson wows the internet with her powerful and dizzying musical tribute to the late Civil Rights Leader John Lewis.…
 
Celebrities have always been welcome in our homes for their ability to entertain and help us escape the troubles of the world.But during the Covid pandemic, there’s a reckoning, and many celebrities that we adored before all hell broke loose are now facing their own crisis over their inability to relate to people and at worse, spreading misinformat…
 
Folks fell in love with the she-larious Varla Jean Merman in the iconic camp film Girls will Be Girls but she stunned everyone when she recently took off her top and showed the world that the beauty is also a beast- a stunning, muscular hairy beast, with a fish tail! Today, Varla joins us to talk about how folks react to her rocking bod and how she…
 
Denise Chanterelle DuBois life seems right out of Narcos or Orange is the New Black- she was a cocaine dealer until she got caught with a kilo and went to prison for a surprisngly short time.Listen as Denise joins us to talk about her life as a cocaine dealer and why she handed out donut holes to the public to celebrate a major trans victory.…
 
Although we like to think of our LGBT spots as permanent places that will always be there, the reality is that they come and go. Today writer and historian Owen Keehnan joins us to talk about the Belmont Rocks, a very public space where LGBT folks hung out in the sun to find community and a little bit of love in the early days of the queer rights m…
 
After growing up watching RuPaul’s Drag Race on TV as a teen, Gigi Goode’s dreams came true. Not only did she get cast on the show, she got to showcase her talent all the way to the season finale. Then the pandemic hit and instead of a non stop whirlwind tour of drag, Gigi’s at home on the internet like just all other queens shaking their hips, syn…
 
For much of history, the rich and powerful avoided the limelight because they knew once everyone knows your name and how rotten you are, the guillotine comes next.But then, something changed- “Keep my name out of your mouth” became “fake it til you make it" and fame and power became the ultimate goal. The rich hired publicists to capitalize on thei…
 
With the exception of songs like Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” or Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out,” very few pop songs written as a tribute to LGBT folks have ever reached the top of the charts. But that doesn’t mean the songs that weren’t so gay to begin with couldn’t end up being the soundtrack at our favorite bars, drag shows or pride celebrations.Tod…
 
This weekend, Lady Red Couture, a well known drag entertainer in L.A. and the co-host of the youtube talk show Hey Qween died at the age of 43. Jonny McGovern, who co-hosted the talk show with Lady Red, announced the news on social media saying "It doesn't feel real but the beautiful light that was Lady Red is gone. I love you baby. I will miss you…
 
Tom Goss joins us to play songs from his new album, “Territories” including his passionate new single “Regretting.” The music video for “Regretting” stars Mean Girls actor Daniel Franzese. "Regretting" is Tom and Daniel’s third music video collaboration after “La Bufadora” and “Quebec.”Listen as Tom chats with us about opening up his relationship a…
 
The year 2020 has turned the world of drag upside down and round and round. With the drag world going through contortions it’s oddly fitting that super elastic Yvie Oddly would be the last drag queen before the ‘Rona Pandemic hit to be crowned America’s Next Drag Superstar.Today the wonderfully weird Yvie Oddly from RuPaul's Drag Race joins us to t…
 
Audiences are raving about Mucho Mucho Amor, the new documentary on the incredible life of Puerto Rican TV astrologer Walter Mercado.Today queer Latinx historian Larry La Fountain joins us to take a look at Mucho Mucho Amor and the life of Walter Mercado the bejeweled gender and sexually ambiguous superstar who meant so much to so many people aroun…
 
Today documentary filmmaker Jeffrey McHale joins us to take a look at why people still can’t stop talking about Showgirls all these years later. Jeffrey’s feature film debut, You Don’t Nomi, explores the themes of sexual violence, camp and outrageousness in Paul Verhovens films and interviews a wide variety of fans of this cult classic.…
 
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