Hold your horses! We welcome relationship expert/all-star matchmaker Dr. Frankie Bashan back to the show to talk internet dating, good communication and why Ken should apparently not propose on a first date (who knew?!?).
Yuk it up with hilarious and adorable stand-up comic Adam Sank as he and Ken do a side by side analysis of straight vs. gay audiences, Southern Californians vs. New Yorkers and performing on stage with clothes vs. well, y’know, without. Then Jodi drops by to talk all things marriage!
Jam. Packed. Show. First up, TSISG favorite Mariah Hanson calls in to tell us all about this year’s The Dinah extravaganza (featuring Ken in drag playing dodgeball!). Then, the adorable and entertaining Zac Mordaehai updates us on all the great work he is doing for LGBT Jewish youth.
Love is in the air for our Valentine’s Day episode. Ok, so maybe it’s not love, but it sure as heck is some very real, candid and hilarious advice from relationship expert Emily Wilcox (caution: Ken overshares).
Ken is wicked sick this week so we're revisiting that moment when we snagged one of our most coveted guests: Terri Schneck (a.k.a. Ken’s mom!)! Anytime you hear a mom urge other parents to step up for their gay children, it’s inspiring. So listen in and be inspired. Oh, and also, Barry Schneck (a.k.a. Ken’s dad!) pops in for his 3rd visit and don’t you forget it.
Y’know, sometimes it’s best to unleash the guests, get out of their way and let them do what they do. And so it was when Ken welcomed the delightful and delicious husband-and-husband comedy team of Dick and Duane. Then Jodi starts cursing up a storm during the LGBT news round-up…or she’s describing Swedish dishes.
Why is gay marriage good for straight men? How much does Ken love Tabatha Coffey? What the heck is a flowbee?!? All these questions and many more will be answered on this LGBT news round-up episode with Ken, Jodi and Tanya.
It’s our 150th show(!) and we’ve invited TONS of special guests to the party. Sharon Stapel, executive director of the Anti-Violence Project, is here to talk about what we can do to make a real difference followed by singer/songwriter Daniel Gray who gives us the secret to his incredible energy.
We blast off in 2012 by welcoming Shirin Papillon founder and CEO of One More Lesbian (OML) to talk about lesbian representations in the media and how Spain apparently is the place to be to watch lesbians on film!
Two fantastic guests for the (FREE) price of one episode! First, Idit Klein, executive director of Keshet, calls in talk about a global perspective, the gay connection to Hanukkah and her personal commitment to finding Ken a date.
First up, actor/comedian/author/inspiration-incarnate Geri Jewell calls in and just piles on the positive energy. Then Tim Gold pops in to tell us all about an amazing new initiative to establish the National LGBT Museum. Unquestionably one of the most enjoyable shows ever.
After a brief disclaimer (oy for trying something new!), we’re joined by writer/director/choreographer Abe Sylvia (and his canine friends!) to chat about Broadway, the joys of Toronto and some incredible tunes. Then Ken and Jodi sprint through huge LGBT news stories including how “Ok.