First broadcast on WDTR and it’s a doozy! We’re joined and inspired by Cheryl from the Gear and Tent Team of AIDS LifeCycle 10 and Nathan Manske, creator of I’m From Driftwood, who is collecting stories along the route.
New content, finally! Ken, and guest-hosts Jen & Steve (Prom Queen & King!) talk boycotts, Obama and Gaga. We’re then joined by Mark Bessenger, writer/director/producer of the new gay-horror-comedy Bite Marks.
Swine Flu?!? Hanukkah with Portugal?!? Foxxy?!? We covered all this and tons, tons more when we were joined by writer/teacher/activist Robyn Ochs. Heck, it's enough to drive your endolphins through the roof!
Steve is back and is joined by the lovely Jen(n) as we talk blood drives and gay tipping points. We’re also joined by the charming, inspiring and downright delightful Zoë Lewis who tells us how we can all make music…each and every one of us! Road trip to Provincetown in June anyone?!?
Sad sad news in the first 90 seconds of the show, a plea for your support for WVEW and then on to one of our favorite past shows featuring Rea Carey, the executive director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.
Welcome to a special New England edition of TSISG featuring only New England gay news, a visit from Daisy Frederick, producer of a queer-tinged production in Vermont, and a chat with Justin Scarelli, an independent filmmaker out of New Hampshire (upside-down Vermont).
First, Jodi teaches Ken about cows. Then we welcome personal trainer with a purpose, Jeremy B. Manning, who is helming an initiative to provide attainable and sustainable fitness programs to survivors of physical and substance abuse as well as those living with HIV.
Ken channels his inner Bob Eubanks for our first ever So Gay Game Show with contestants Rachel and Trixie from The Kinsey Sicks, America’s favorite dragapella beautyshop quartet. Did they win the grand prize?!? Tune in to find out on this most hilarious episode.
In between shots of Dayquil, flu-ridden Ken covers the latest headlines and welcomes the wonderful Sharon Stapel, executive director of the New York City Anti-Violence Project. What unbelievable work they are doing at AVP and with such incredible dedication and positive energy to boot!
After a bit of a break, TSISG is back with a new episode wherein we learn that Jodi is the gatekeeper, Ken is the decorum master and Amos Mac, editor-in-chief of Original Plumbing magazine, has Bieber-fever! Welcome back to all things gay, y’all!