The last time fashion writer Terrence Chappell was on the show, he was excited about the possibilities of working as editor for a gay magazine that was just about to launch. He's not working there today, what went wrong?
Terrence now works for UR Chicago and is excited to launch a new social event called called "Professional Young Gays" or P.Y.G. for short!
Listen as Terrence shares his insights into why gay print media in Chicago struggles so much, other hysterical acronyms P.Y.G. stands for and the saucy story of Chicago drag legend Chili Pepper and how she tried to steal his man.
The Golden Globes awards ceremony recognizes outstanding achievements in the entertainment industry, but because it's also a dinner party, it's a great excuse to see drunk celebrities and laugh at their tragic fashion choices.
As a co-founder of the popular Daily Show, Lizz has a unique perspective on the ongoing late night talk show wars. Should Coco and the Chin ditch TV and just start their own podcasts?
As a talk show host herself, Lizz has had some strange encounters with guests, including two respected writers from Jezebel, Tracie Egan, and Moe Tkacik, who appeared to be intoxicated on her show and were glib and dismissive about sexual assault. The two later claimed they were set up for a "gotcha" moment which Lizz denies. Boy do we feel Lizz's pain!
Lizz also tells us how she gave MSNBC anchor and lesbian media darling Rachel Maddow her first big break on Air America.
Prepare to die! From laughter that is, as we recreate one of the campiest scenes from Conan the Barbarian, the movie that launched the career of 1970s bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Following in Arnold's footsteps, Twilight hunk Kellan Lutz is hitting the gym hard in hopes of getting cast in the title role in a remake of the action/adventure film. Maybe, one day he'll be the Governor of California or even President of the United States. Hail to the Sexy!
Listen as Cameron Esposito joins us to talk about her upcoming comedy album, being roasted by her comedian friends and the fight for marriage equality.
The battle of the millionaire tv tycoons goes on as Conan O'Brien may settle out of court with NBC for a rumored 30 million dollars. Ironic since the battle has been great for ratings of his show, not Jay Leno's.
Deep in the mountains of rural Tennessee there is a thriving, vibrant network of communities of queer people whose origins go back to the beginnings of the modern gay rights movement with the Radical Faeries.
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