New and old friends! First Chef Camillo Sabella bakes up a scrumptious conversation about vegans, rosemary and being gay in the kitchen. Then, our pal Kiyomi McCloskey of Hunter Valentine rocks out as we chat about reality tv, all-girl-tours and t-shirts with skulls.
First up, jewelry designer Rony Tennenbaum drops in to talk about some interesting byproducts of marriage equality and to challenge our notions about the masculinity/femininity of what we put on our fingers.
Ken goes all fangirl again as he is joined by A Great Big World, a band that you absolutely need to know. They’re. So. Good! All this AND our regular relationship/dating advice segment with Dr. Frankie. What if your pets are clashing? When do you know if she’s the “one”? When should you become Facebook friends?
What better way to honor our new home than by talking gay Cleveland?!? We start out with the fabulous Veranda L'Ni whose boundless energy and complete devotion to this community makes her seem even taller than she is...which is already pretty tall.
We're celebrating Independence Day musically as we're joined by out country singer Drake Jensen and Cynthia Catania of indie rock band Saucy Monky. Two delightful and ridiculously fun guests all in Ken's first episode from Cleveland!
We're bidding farewell to Vermont as This Show is So Gay is about to move to Cleveland! To say farewell, we host one last news-round-up with Jodi, Steve and Jen. All this AND a visit with Jonathan D. Lovitz who pops in to provide some commentary on the historic Supreme Court decisions.
So. Much. Fun! First up, Dr. Frankie Bashan returns to give us the very best dating and relationship advice. Can sex be saved? Is there too much of an age difference? Maybe you shouldn’t move in together on date #2?
In one of the most important conversations in the history of our show, we chat with Sharon Stapel, Executive Director of the New York City Anti-Violence Project, about the rash of reported hate rimes in NYC.