First up, writer/advocate/activist/educator Troy Roness drops in to talk about the intersection of gender, eating disorders and body image AND to work on his Vaudeville act with Ken that they’ll be premiering on a gay cruise near you.
Some of our favoritest guests return! First up, Will Clark pops back in to talk bingo, hate-watching, superpowers and dating tips. Then we get an update on it gets better – the musical from writer/director Liesel Reinhart and creative producer Jimmy Nguyen. In Iowa? Go see it!
By listener demand!, writer/director/producer/activist Andrea James pops in to talk all about trans representation in the media and takes a moment to get her old-school-trip-hop on! Then, Ken embraces his (right-on-the-surface) inner geek as Patrick and Jono bamf in from Geeks OUT.
Folks, THIS is what we do here at This Show is So Gay. Amazing chats with Sharon Stapel from the Anti-Violence Project and Denis Dison of The Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund about their incredible work to make a difference in this world. Seriously, you too can make things happen. Get on it!
Gays in the arts! First up, Chris Verdugo, the executive director of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, finds his corner of the sky on our airwaves as we dish on all of the incredible things that group of gents is doing out there on that left coast.
Two incredible couples = one amazing episode. First up, husband-and-husband comedy team Dick and Duane make a triumphant and uproarious return as they dish on the world AND undertake the edge-of-your-seat challenge of The TSISG Newlywed Game!
New co-hosts! Dr. Helen and Dr. Kat join us for an LGBT roundtable in which we find out that the presence of three queers with PhDs doesn’t necessarily translate into a conversation that rises above sex toys being taped to luggage.
After a 2-year absence, singer/songwriter Phil Putnam returns to gay it up with Ken. We’re talking everything from Sondheim to Seussical to Silk Stalkings. Whoa! AND, Ken flies solo and romps through an extended take on this week’s LGBT news.
Wedding bells are in the air as Ken welcomes Kirsten Ott Palladino, editor-in-chief of Equally Wed magazine, back to the show. Is it ok to register for cash? What should your broomsmen wear? Should you eat at your own wedding?