Let's Talk About Gay StuffApr 12, 2020
Ep. 159: Troy and Kate Do the Thing
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the musical talents of Troy Sivan and Kate Brown's historic election victory as the Governor of Oregon.
Ep 158: Out of LGBTQ History Month
This week Thomas, Dusty and Chris discuss the book Out of Touch by Michael Sarias and revist the topic LGBTQ+ History month.
Ep. 157: Ethel and Tyler Go to Church
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the artistry of Ethel Caine and craft of Tyler Perry.
Ep: 156: Hari and Debra Get Messy
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss Hari Nef's rising star and the career of the legendary Debra Messing.
Ep. 155: Madonna's Sapphire
This week Thomas, Dusty, & Chris talk about the release of Madonna's debut album 'Madonna' and the book "Sapphire Spring" by C. Travis Rice.
Ep. 154: Harry Gets Deported After Four Years in Court
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty reflect on the four year anniversary of the podcast and discuss the mystique of Harry Styles and recall the Supreme Court Case Boutilier v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, which ruled to deport Clive Boutilier because he was a homosexual.
Ep. 153: Caitlyn Watches a Sapphire Sunset
This week the guys talk about the trials of Caityln Jenner being gay and trans, and the romantic escapades in the Book Sapphire Sunsets by Christopher Rice.
EP. 152: Our Spoopy Gay Stuff
This week the boys have a crossover episode! They discuss the Jeffery Dahmer case and the Netflix series Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story.
Ep. 151: The Boys Kiki About Pedro P. and Sandy D.
This week the Thomas, Chris & Dusty dive into the careers of LGBTQ+ ally Pedro Pascal and bisexual actress Sandy Dennis.
Ep. 150: Lie With Me, Sherry Harris.
This week Thomas, Dusty, and Chris the book 'Lie with Me' by Phillippe Besson and the historic election victory of Sherry Harris.
Ep. 149: Roe V. Aubrey
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade and the deadpan style of Aubrey Plaza.
Ep. 148: Rev D and Dr. Z take the hound to Baskervilles
Ep. 147: Allan Spear Votes For Shangela
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty talk about the iconic drag queen Shangela and discuss trailblazing politician Allan Spear.
Ep. 146: Velma Inters Sex
Thomas, Chris, and Dusty talk about Intersex Awareness day and the Sexual Awareness of Velma from the Scooby Doo Franchise.
Ep. 145: Here's to Poppers
This week Thomas, Chris, & Dusty discuss the follow-up to "What If It's Us" with "Here's to Us" by Adam Silvera and Becky Albertalli and dive into the history of poppers.
Ep. 144: Category is: Ball Culture with Jameela and Michelle
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss Actress Jameela Jamil and media personality Michelle Visage
Ep. 143: What if its Lotus
This Week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the book What if its Us, and Lotus Development Corporation giving same sex benefits to domestic partners.
Ep. 142: It's The Crossover For Me
Thomas and Chris invite Spencer from our Spoopy Podcast for a Crossover Episode exporing the mysteries of Amelia Earheart and the Murderous Doodler.
Ep. 141: Charlie Carver's Life as a Teenage Robot
This week Thomas, Chris and Dusty discuss Charlie Carver and the cartoon 'My Life as a Teenage Robot.'
Ep. 140: The Impossible Beauties of LPAC
Ep. 139: Big Freedia Goes to Iceland
This week Thomas, Chris and Dusty talk about the legendary Big Freedia and Iceland's historic celebration of Gay Rights
Ep. 138: Alexander has a Great Birthday
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the YA book 'Birthday' by Meredith Russo and the gay-ish life of Alexander the Great.
Ep. 137: Erica Kane Passes the Baton to Korra
This Week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the career of Susan Lucci who played Erica Kane on All My Children and the Anime Series The Legend of Korra.
Ep. 136: Joe Biden Declares This Is How It Is
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the book This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel and then Vice President Joe Biden declaring his support for Same Sex Marriage in 2015.
Ep. 135: Fortune Favours Princess Di
This week Thomas, Dusty, and Chris talk about Comedian Fortune Feimester and the beautiful life and tragedy of Lady Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales.
Ep. 134: Ted Kaczynski's Achille's Heel
Thomas, Dusty, and Chris discuss the Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller and drop a bomb about Ted Kaczynski.
Ep. 133: Azealia Banks Calls Out The Homosexuals
Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss "The Homosexuals" documentary and the give & take relationship the LGBTQ+ community has with controversial entertainer Azealia Banks.
Ep. 132: Roy Cohn Reads Two Boys Kissing
Thomas, Chris, and Dusty review the book Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan and discuss the disgraced life of Roy Cohn
Ep. 131: Ramon Novarro bops to Kesha
Thomas, Chris and Dusty discuss silent film era icon Ramon Novarro and musical superstar Kesha.
Ep. 130: Let's Talk About Dating Ourselves
Thomas, Chris, and Dusty talk about the modern history of gay dating from cruising to AIM to Craigslist and Grindr, and so much more.
Ep. 129: Lil Nas X is Banned for his Discharge
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty welcome in the New Year with a kiki that spans all sorts of gay stuff and dive into some LGBTQ+ history with a discussion on Lil Nas X and the UK lifting its ban on gays serving in the military.
Ep. 128: Being Out and Smart with Jack Berger
This week Thomas, Chris, and Spencer Kiki about gay stuff and talk with Jack Berger about the History and Future of LGBTQ+ magazines
Ep. 127: Wendy Chandler's Little Life
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the novel A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara and talk about Utah Teacher and Volleyball Coach Wendy Chandler (née Weaver).
Ep. 126: House of Spoopy does Gucci
This week the Let's Talk About Gay Stuff and Our Spoopy Podcast do a mash-up, cross-collaboration episode. They talk gay stuff and murders! They dive into the murders of John Lloyd Griffin and Tommy Lee Trimble, two men who were murdered for being gay, and the infamous murder of Maurizio Gucci, which inspired the Lady Gaga movie, House of Gucci.
Ep. 125: Rupaul and the Princesses of Power
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the life and achievements of the Queen of Drag Rupaul Charles and talk about the animated streaming television series She-Ra and the Princesses of Power a reboot of the 1985 classic
Ep. 124: I Will Always Love Stonewall
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the iconic Whitney Houston Ballad I Will Always Love You, and talk about the book The Stonewall Reader.
Ep. 123: Flashback - Let's Talk About LGBTQ+ History Month
This week the boys flashback to their fabulous interview with the founder of LGBTQ+ history month Rodney Wilson.
Ep. 122: The Spirit of Coming Out
This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty catch up after a long hiatus! The guys talk about Spirit Day and Chris’ Coming Out Story!
Ep. 121: Flashback - The AIDS Crisis
This week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) used the term AIDS for the first time, over one year after the CDC reported the first cases of AIDS. In this episode, the guys discuss the AIDS crisis and how it ravaged the gay community in the 1980s.
Ep. 120: Flashback - Remembering the LGBTQ+ Icon Edie Windsor
This week the guys remember Trailblazer Edith Windsor, the plaintiff in the landmark Supreme Court case United States v. Windsor, which paved the way for marriage equality in the United States.
Ep. 119: Flashback - Remembering the LGBTQ+ Heroes of 9/11
The guys remember the tragic events of September 11th and recall the LGBTQ+ heroes of that fateful day.
Ep. 118: Flashback - Dr. Evelyn Hooker - The Hooker and Ally We Needed
This week the guys flashback to the episode where they talk about Dr. Evelyn Hooker – the ally who advocated for homosexuality to no longer be considered or studied as a mental disorder.
Ep. 117: Flashback - Paying Tribute to Marsha Pay-It-No-Mind Johnson
This week the guys flashback to the episode where they talk about LGBTQ+ icon and pioneer to today's LGBTQ+ right movement Marsha P. Johnson.
Ep. 116: Flashback - Mama Jose Sashays the Way for Equality
This week the guys flashback to when they talked about Jose Sarria aka Empress Jose I – the Widow Norton, the first Empress of San Francisco, who paved the way as an LGBTQ+ activist dating back to the 1950s and was the first known openly LGBTQ+ person to run for public office
Ep. 115: Flashback – Striking a Pose in Paris with a Ball
This week the guys flashback to when they talked about the iconic documentary ‘Paris is Burning,’ they began their sordid affair with ‘Pose,’ and Kendall learns how to pronounce ‘ball’ (or is it ‘boll’?)
Ep. 114: The Gravity of Annie Hindle
This week the guys broaden the kiki as Thomas, Kendall, Chris, and Dusty dive into the story of drag king Annie Hindle and they go 'Between the Covers' to review "The Gravity of Us" by Phil Stamper.
Ep. 113: Elton John Gives Olivia Rodrigo her Driver's License
Thomas, Kendall, and Chris talk about the rise of Olivia Rodrigo in the whip her snap her segment, and discussed Sir Elton John and his sobriety.
Ep. 112: Christine Hallquist and Montgomery Clift Go to the Movies
This week Thomas and Kendall discuss the historic gubernatorial run of Christine Hallquist and the successful & tormented life of Monty Clift.
Ep. 111: Our Guncle Richard Simmons
This week Thomas, Kendall, and Dusty go between the covers to discuss Guncle by Steven Rowley and debate fitness guru Richard Simmons' place in LGBTQ+ history.
Ep. 110: Lili Elbe and Tab Hunter go to Hollywood
Thomas and Kendall talk about transgender pioneer Lili Elbe and Hollywood heartthrob Tab Hunter.