This is it, folks: our 430th and last ever episode of This Show is So Gay. And we’re going out the same way we came in a decade ago: by featuring some of our favorite voices making a difference in the world.
First, we’re overjoyed to welcome N
If you’re not ready to shine until you put on that very last eyelash, then this is the episode for you!
We’re ticked pink to welcome award-winning performer Rick Skye to the show. Rick has been entertaining audiences for years with his work, in
Life is all about transitions. When you make something of them, you can inspire us all. Such is the case with this week’s guest.
We’re thrilled to welcome award-winning author Sassafras Lowrey to the show. We talk all about hir path to the pen
Ken is in Iowa(?!?), so here's a second chance to hear a recent favorite episode. Laughter and legends and Loni, oh my! We have you covered on this week’s episode as we dive into the new comedy “My Sister is So Gay.”
More incredible folks doing incredible things. That makes us feel just plain…incredible!
We’re joined this week by Wendy Carpenter and Cameron Glasgow of the Penny Lane Centers. In just a few weeks, they will be sponsoring the EDGY Conference,
Sometimes, all you need to do to create colossal change is pick up the phone. Who knew?!?
This week, we’re joined by Brian Silva, the founder and executive director of The National Equality Action Team (NEAT), an organization that has as its mi
The world is changing. And so too are our ways of communicating. Keep up, folks!
This week, we welcome Sean Howell, the co-founder and president of Hornet, the world’s premier gay social network. We cover everything from how we gays interact, t
Let’s get our voices together and form a chorus. Because THAT, friends, is what it is all about.
We’re overjoyed to welcome Dr. Tim Seelig back to the show to talk all about his work as the artistic director of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chor