We're honored to have been joined by the most incredible guests all the world round. Click on the date next to guest's name to link to that show's podcast.

A Great Big World, an amazing band (7/25/13)
Tony Adams, playwright (6/6/12)
Cortés Alexander, singer/songwriter (12/9/09)
Sylvia Allen, humanitarian (8/10/11, 7/7/10 & 3/24/10)
Brian Andersen, comic book creator (1/30/14)
Diane Anderson-Minshall, editor-in-chief of HIV Plus Magazine (5/1/14)
Casper Andreas, filmmaker/actor/writer (10/23/14 & 2/4/09)
Tyler Angle, New York City Ballet principal (7/15/09)
ANT, comic/tv personality (5/27/09)
Jesse Archer, actor/writer (2/11/10)

Marina Rice Bader, filmmaker (7/17/14)
Tracy Baim, publisher/editor/journalist (9/11/14)
Jane Baker, writer/director (7/4/12)
Amy Balliett, activist (9/16/09)
Jarrett Barrios, president of GLAAD (8/4/10)
Michael Barron, director of AIDS LifeCycle (7/29/10)
Dr. Frankie Bashan, matchmaker/relationship expert (10/10/13, 7/25/13, 5/9/13, 12/6/12, 3/14/12 & 6/22/11)
Michael Bastian, fashion designer (1/28/09)
John Becker, blogger/activist (11/28/13 & 1/10/13)
Ash Beckham, activist (3/14/13)
BeBe Zahara Benet, drag superstar/entertainer (3/27/14)
Mark Bessenger, filmmaker (6/1/11)
Dr. Gary Blick, HIV/AIDS researcher/clinician (10/31/13)
Michelle Bonilla, actor, writer, producer (2/9/11)
Dr. Judy Bradford, researcher extraordinaire (7/20/11)
Howard Bragman, PR legend (8/18/10)
James Brandon, actor/director (5/2/12)
Matthew Breen, editor-in-chief of The Advocate (1/3/13)
Bria & Chrissy, singing duo (9/5/12)
Kylar Broadus, social justice champion/activist (4/24/14)
Chris Brown, LA Gay and Lesbian Center (6/20/13)
Julie Brown, actress/comedienne/writer (4/10/14)
Tammie Brown, drag superstar/entertainer (4/21/10)
Claire Buffie, Miss New York 2010 (8/11/10)
Nick Burd, author (3/31/10)
Chandler Burr, New York Times scent critic/author (2/17/10)
Eliza Byard, executive director of GLSEN (2/20/14)

Rea Carey, executive director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (6/21/10)
Casey Carey-Brown, award-winning blogger (9/25/14)
Paul Case, comic (7/1/09)
Cynthia Catania, singer/songwriter of Saucy Monkey (7/4/13)
Nick Cearley, performer/The Skivvies (5/29/14)
Zoe Chace, NPR correspondent (1/16/14)
Will Clark, actor/producer/emcee/philanthropist (1/23/14, 10/17/12, 4/25/12 & 9/21/11)
Rick Clemons, coming out coach (4/4/13)
Kate Clinton, political humorist (12/12/13 & 12/8/10)
Robin Cloud, comic (4/17/14 & 12/27/12)
The Rev. Dr. Scott Colglazier, faith leader (5/30/13 & 8/1/12)
Matt Crabtree, actor/writer/producer (12/12/13, 9/19/12 & 3/21/12)
Antoine Craigwell, Project DBGM (9/19/12)
Leanna Creel, actress/writer/director(7/3/14)
Tyler Curry, writer/editor HIV Equal Online(6/19/14)

Liz Dahmen, actor/comic/organizer (1/31/13 & 10/15/08)
David Daniels, opera singer (1/13/10)
Steven F. Dansky, LGBT Pioneer/Gay Liberation Front (9/26/13)
Governor Howard Dean (11/1/12)
Idgy Dean, Pachamama-garage-rock-superstar (9/23/09)
Cathy DeBuono, actress (4/29/09)
Osvaldo Del Valle, student affairs superstar (1/27/10)
Dick and Duane, husband-and-husband comedy team (6/5/14, 9/5/13, 9/5/12 & 1/25/12)
Alice Derock, CEO of Wet for Her (10/2/14)
Natasha Dillon, activist (3/31/10)
Traci Dinwiddie, actress/yogini/inspiration (6/12/14 & 6/20/13)
Denis Dison, Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund (9/26/12)
Thea Dodds, photographer/author of Capturing Love (4/18/13)
Judy Dlugacz, founder/president of Olivia Travel (8/17/11)
Dallas DuBois, drag superstar & HIV/AIDS activist (3/9/11)
Jason Dudey, comic (1/16/14)
Kelli Dunham, comic/writer (7/25/12)

Kergan Edwards-Stout, author (11/7/13 & 7/11/12)
Joseph Eid, singer/songwriter (4/24/14)
Ingrid Elizabeth, singer/songwriter of Coyote Grace (9/12/13)
Kristen Ellis-Henderson, founding member of Antigone Rising (3/13/14 & 5/16/13)

Kenyon Farrow, writer (4/6/11 & 4/22/09)
Adam Feldman, theater and cabaret reviewer (7/10/14)
Fortune Feimster, comic (2/13/14)
Rick Flynn, filmmaker (8/14/14)
Erin Foley, comedian (8/7/14 & 1/9/14)
Mark Forry, Boston Gay Men's Chorus choirboy (3/9/11)
Dr. Nathaniel Frank, historian/author (6/24/09)
Scott Free, singer/songwriter (9/26/13)
Scott Freedman, singer/songwriter (12/3/08)
Josh Friedes, Equal Rights Washington (1/24/13)

Brian Gallivan, actor/writer/comic/Sassy Gay Friend (1/5/11)
Angelo Garcia, actor/writer/comic/Sassy Gay Friend (10/30/14)
Geeks OUT (7/18/13 & 10/10/12)
Thomas Gensemer, social media guru (10/22/08)
Kyle Giard-Chase, teenage trans hero (9/9/09)
Martin Gill, adoption champion (12/22/10)
David Glick, executive director of the GLBTQ Online High School (9/21/11)
Sonari Glinton, NPR correspondent (1/16/14)
Katie Glover, editor of Frock Magazine (2/6/14)
Janelle Goforth, roadie coordinator for AIDS LifeCycle (3/28/13)
Anthony Goicolea, artist (3/11/10)
Ari Gold, singer/songwriter (2/7/13, 4/28/10 & 11/12/08)
Judy Gold, actress/comic (7/27/11)
Tim Gold, National LGBT Museum (12/14/11)
Dana Goldberg, comedian (1/2/14)
Chad Goller-Sojourner, solo-performer (11/3/10)
Susi Graf, filmmaker (6/22/11)
Daniel Gray, singer/songwriter (12/19/13, 3/7/13, 1/11/12 & 10/7/09)
Miss Guy, dj/rock goddess (4/18/12)

Cassidy Haley, singer/songwriter (3/17/10)
Dr. Dean Hamer, geneticist/author/filmmaker (4/15/09)
Kathryn Hamm, author ofCapturing Love (4/18/13)
Mariah Hanson, owner of Club Skirts and The Dinah (2/27/14, 2/7/13, 2/15/12, 2/24/10 & 1/21/09)
Phyllis Harris, LGBT Center of Greater Cleveland (7/11/13)
Ian Harvie, comic (1/23/14)
Sophie B. Hawkins, singer/songwriter (7/18/12)
Caryn Hayes, writer/director/producer (8/21/14)
The Reverend Emily C, Heath, faith leader/blogger (3/28/13, 4/4/12, 11/9/11 & 7/6/11)
Scott Heim, author (10/14/10)
Christopher Hennessy, poet (11/21/13)
Kris Hermanns, executive director of Pride Foundation (10/24/13)
Aaron Hicklin, editor-in-chief of Out magazine (1/6/10)
Dr. Marjorie Hill, CEO of GMHC (5/20/09)
Eric Himan, singer/songwriter (11/8/12, 1/11/12, 11/24/10, 3/10/10 & 11/5/08)
Christopher Hines, documentary filmmaker (3/7/12)
Wayne Hoffman, author (12/13/12)
Elyzabeth Holford, executive director of Equality Ohio (10/17/13)
Shawn Hollenbach, comic (12/17/08)
Michael Holtz, Mr. Gay USA 2011/activist (6/29/11)
Andy Humm, veteran journalist/activist (1/9/14)

Sam Irvin, director/producer (3/20/14)

Jade, drag superstar/ entertainer (3/3/10)
Andrea James, writer/director/producer/activist (10/10/12)
Lorri L. Jean, civil rights champion (6/10/09)
Drake Jensen, country singer (7/4/13)
Geri Jewell, actor/writer/comic (12/14/11)
Gregory Adam Jones, student affairs superstar (12/29/10)
Antonie Juhasz, journalist/author (9/5/13)

Robbyne Kaamil, comic (9/4/14 & 3/7/13)
Mary Jane Karger, GLSEN Board Member (10/14/10 & 7/8/09)
Mara Keisling, executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality (12/15/10)
Eric Kenney, Roadie Coordinator for AIDS LifeCycle (5/29/14)
Brian Kent, pop/dance recording artist (7/28/10)
Kelly King, recording artist/fierce singer (10/28/09)
Rachel and Trixie of the Kinsey Sicks, America’s favorite dragapella beautyshop quartet (3/21/11)
Chastity Kirven, filmmaker/poet/activist (4/1/09)
Idit Klein, executive director of Keshet (12/21/11)
Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, spiritual leader (9/14/11)
Rebecca Kling, artist/educator (2/13/14)
Jennifer Knapp, singer/songwriter (1/19/11)
John Knoebel, LGBT Pioneer/Gay Liberation Front (9/26/13)
The Reverend Harry Knox, senior pastor/faith leader (1/12/11)
Krissy Krissy, singer/songwriter (8/22/13)
Ty Kuppig, editor-in-chief of The Showt (7/13/11)

Caleb Laieski, superstar teen/executive director of G.L.U.A.D. (1/12/11)
Jamie Lauren, chef/Top Chef contestant (8/26/09)
Scout Cloud Lee, Survivor contestant (12/10/08)
Tom Léger, animator/activist (8/4/10)
Dr. Reed Levine, neurologist/proposition-hater (7/1/09)
Ariel Levy, writer (7/29/09)
Zoë Lewis, singer/songwriter/one-woman-band (5/4/11)
Marko Liias, Washington State Senator (10/2/14, 1/24/13, 9/28/11 & 3/17/10)
Adair Lion, rapper (5/6/12)
Veranda L'Ni, Cleveland drag superstar (7/11/13)
Kurt Loder, journalist/MTV News icon (4/13/14)
Elliot London, filmmaker (10/25/12)
John D. Lovitz, LGBT advocate/entertainer (8/28/14, 6/27/13 & 3/28/13)

Amos Mac, editor-in-chief of Original Plumbing (3/2/11)
Jack Mackenroth, fashion designer/swimmer/AIDS activist (10/31/13, 10/25/12, 5/19/10 & 11/18/09)
Jeremy Manning, personal trainer with a purpose (4/6/11)
Nathan Manske, creator and editor of I’m From Driftwood (11/1/12, 12/8/10)
Kristi Martel, singer/songwriter (1/7/09)
Kiyomi McCloskey, vocalist/lead guitar of Hunter Valentine (8/29/13 & 8/24/11)
J. Rizzo Mertz, civil servant (6/19/14)
Lori Michaels, singer/songwriter (10/3/13)
Noah Michelson, editor, Gay Voices, The Huffinton Post (7/18/13 & 3/21/12)
Mia Mingus, activist/change-agent (1/11/12 & 7/21/10)
Gary Mitchell, environmental champion (8/8/12)
Tom Mizer, Broadway blogger (6/13/12, 5/9/12 & 8/3/11)
Chadwick Moore, writer (5/8/14 & 2/6/14)
Zac Mordechai, entertainer (2/15/12)
Mayor Alex Morse, Holyoke, MA (12/21/11)
Tym Moss, entertainer/radio host (5/21/10)
Kelly Murphy, bar/club impresario (7/4/12)
Stephen Murray, Here Media (5/2/13)
Billie Myers, singer/songwriter (10/16/14, 11/29/12 & 12/30/09)

Brian Nash, piano/cabaret star (10/10/13)
Anne Neczypor, comic (5/14/09)
Jimmy Nguyen, lawyer/diversity advocate (8/8/13, 12/6/12, 6/6/12, 4/18/12, 2/15/12 & 12/28/11)
Nhojj, singer/songwriter (12/19/13, 6/20/12 & 9/29/10)
Ann Northrop, veteran journalist/activist (12/22/10)
Diana Nyad, swimming legend/NPR sports contributor (2/18/09)

Tyler Oakley, internet sensation (2/14/13)
Elijah Oberman, songwriter/violist for The Shondes (8/8/13)
Obsession, electronic/pop music duo (1/4/12)
Robyn Ochs, writer/teacher/activist (7/21/11 & 5/6/09)
Darren Ockert, singer/songwriter (1/30/14 & 5/9/13)
Ongina, drag superstar/entertainer (1/20/10)
Our Lady J, singer/songwriter/stunning-performer (4/8/09)

Glenn Douglas Packard, choreographer/reality tv star (10/21/09)
Kirsten Ott Palladino, editor-in-chief of Equally Wed magazine (11/14/13, 8/8/12 & 12/1/10)
Hank E. Panky, burlesque performer (8/7/14)
Sharon Papillon, CEO of One More Lesbian (OML) (1/4/12)
Kate Pazakis, Broadway diva (9/22/10)
Peppermint, drag diva (3/7/13)
Andre Perez, activist/change-agent (4/17/14)
Eric Piepenburg, senior theater editor at The New York Times (6/5/14)
Deborah Plummer, diversity thought leader (10/24/13)
Frank Anthony Polito, author (5/26/10)
Brontez Purnell, musician/writer/dancer (7/11/12)
Phil Putnam, singer/songwriter (7/3/14, 8/22/12, 9/29/10 & 4/14/10)

Patricia Racette, opera singer (11/14/13)
Amy Ray, singer/songwriter/Indigo Girl (4/7/10)
Sean Ray, AIDS LifeCycle Fundraising God (6/12/14)
Terry Ray, actor/writer (3/20/14)
David Reddish, author (6/27/12)
Athena Reich, singer/songwriter/actor (6/13/12, 11/24/10 & 12/16/09)
Cathy Renna, communications guru (11/28/13, 1/3/13, 5/2/12, 10/12/11, 2/3/10 & 12/15/10)
Charles Robbins, executive director of The Trevor Project (10/14/09)
Josh Robbins, blogger/activist (7/24/14)
Troy Roness, writer/activist/educator (11/8/12)
Zack Rosen, editor-in-chief of TheNewGay.Net (9/1/10)
Josh Rosenzweig, Here! TV (2/21/13)
Russel Roybal, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (8/1/12)
Nathan Runkle, animal rights activist (3/27/14, 12/2/09 & 3/25/09)
Troy Ruptash, actor (11/10/10)
Lauren Bedford Russell, Reality tv star/jewelry designer (11/15/12)
Caitlin Ryan, Family Acceptance Project (5/2/12)

Camillo Sabella, chef (8/29/13)
Sacha Sacket, singer/songwriter (10/3/13 & 11/11/09)
Samia, singer/songwriter (6/20/13)
Tyra Sanchez, drag superstar/entertainer (7/25/12)
Adam Sank, stand-up comedian (11/7/13 & 2/22/12)
Dr. Ronni Sanlo, LGBT issues in Higher Ed icon (10/3/12)
Eric Schaeffer, filmmaker (5/16/13)
Nathan Schaefer, executive director of Empire State Pride Agenda (5/22/14)
John Schwartz, author/NY Times reporter (8/1/13)
Dr. John Scagliotti, director/producer (2/14/13 & 11/23/11)
Barry Schneck, Ken’s Dad (10/19/11, 10/20/10 & 12/30/09)
Terri Schneck, Ken’s Mom (10/19/11)
Avi Scher, choreographer (3/7/12)
Dr. Tim Seelig, conductor (5/23/13)
Rolla Selbak, filmmaker (4/24/13)
Dr. Jennifer Self, Director of The Q Center at the University of Washington (1/24/13)
briana Sevigny, student affairs superstar (7/22/09)
Todd Shalom, artist (9/1/10)
Ari Shapiro, NPR White House Correspondent (1/31/13 & 11/19/08)
Judy Shepard, civil rights champion (10/27/10)
Karen Sherman, dancer/choreographer (9/12/12)
Governor Peter Shumlin, VT (4/1/09)
Carl Siciliano, executive director of the Ali Forney Center (3/28/12)
Lucas Silveira, front-man/songwriter for The Cliks (4/11/13)
Mayor E. Denise Simmons, Cambridge, MA (3/5/09)
Bella Sin, burlesque diva (8/1/13)
Andrew Solomon, Writer, National Book Award winner and Pulitzer Prize finalist (12/20/12)
Dean Spade, professor of law/civil rights champion (7/14/10)
Mark Stanis, president of Charity Treks (7/13/11)
Sharon Stapel, executive director of the NYC Anti-Violence Project (7/31/14, 5/23/13, 9/26/12, 1/11/12 & 3/16/11)
Starnes & Shah, singers/songwriters (8/22/13)
Briana Stockton, raw food chef/personal trainer (9/12/13)
Brett Edward Stout, Gay.Com (2/14/13)
Jason Stuart, actor/comedian (2/28/13)
Andrew Suvalsky, jazz/pop recording artist (7/7/10)
Abe Sylvia, writer/director/choreographer (12/7/11)

Rony Tennenbaum, jewelry designer (8/15/13)
Hannah Thomas, singer/songwriter (11/21/13)
Sarah Toce, journalist (9/4/14)
Peterson Toscano, performance activist (6/27/12)
David Toussaint, writer (3/13/14)

Neda Ulaby, NPR arts and entertainment reporter (1/2/14, 12/27/12, 6/29/11, 10/6/10 & 12/24/08)

Paul V., author/dj (4/4/13)
Sandra Valls, comic (9/15/10)
Chris Verdugo, Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles (4/10/14 & 9/12/12)
Sister Vicious PHB, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (10/17/13)
Sherry Vine, cabaret legend/drag superstar (5/30/13 & 3/18/09)

Vicki Wagner, comic (8/15/13)
Andy Wasley, editor-in-chief of So So Gay magazine (9/14/11 & 7/27/11)
Davey Wavey, internet sensation (8/10/11)
Shannon Wentworth, CEO of Sweet (5/5/10)
Susan Werner, singer/songwriter (1/31/13)
Suzanne Westenhoefer, comic (2/20/14)
Suzanne Whang, actress/writer/comic (4/13/14)
Will Wikle, tv personality/Big Brother contestant/nurse (9/9/09)
Emily Wilcox, relationship expert/advice columnist (2/8/12)
Willam, drag superstar/entertainer (1/17/13)
Rob Williams, filmmaker (1/26/11 & 11/14/09)
Tucky Williams, writer/actress (8/31/11)
Joe Wilson, filmmaker (4/15/09)
Evan Wolfson, civil rights attorney/champion (1/14/09)

Kit Yan, poet (12/28/11)
Luke Yankee, writer/director/producer (3/21/13)
Ryan James Yezak, filmmaker/activist (7/24/14)

Josh Zuckerman, singer/songwriter (2/10/10)

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