Two gay daddies in San Francisco take on the world, aging, and whatever else they want. Race Cooper and Matt Fuller host the popular gay podcast series, “Daddy Issues”. Together they explore a variety of subject matter, and topics of interest to mature queers and the LGBTQ2 community. Daddy Issues has been called, “educational and irreverent”, as the two hosts tackle complex subjects, but with a hilarious take on them, and our place in this world. Featuring guests like Juanita More, Boomer Banks, and Tom Ernsting; there’s plenty of tea to be spilt, humorous moments, and insightful dialogue. Subscribe to “Daddy Issues” podcast on your favorite podcast player platform!
"This show is BRILLIANT from start to finish. Uplifting, funny, and as real as it gets. Bravo!"- D1A1P (Apple Podcasts)
Our One Year Anniversary Episode
Coop and Matt reflect on a year of starting and producing a podcast during a global pandemic. WIth plenty of hot guy and random gay life wisdom tossed in.
Transgressions with Court Vox
Daddy Issues Alumni Court Vox returns to help us understand our shadow sides and transgressive desires.
The Disappointments with Rich Burns and Trevor LaPaglia
Rich Burns and Trevor LaPaglia star in a web series about older gay men. They join us for a chat about ageism, diversity, hot daddies, and how a conversation amongst a group of friends sparked the idea that would become the show The Disappointments.
Gays Over Covid with Boomer Banks
@GaysOverCovid sparks a conversation about responsibility, accountability, shame, and what we owe to ourselves, our community, and the wider world. Our guest for this lively conversation is the amazingly talented Boomer Banks!
Sex Work and Neon Girls with Jon Shield
Sex worker Jon Shield joins us for a discussion of the book Neon Girls: A Stripper's Education in Protest and Power by Jennifer Worley. We also dive into the value of sex work, and corporate morality clauses and censorship policies, that continue to oppress LGBTQ, BIPOC, and disabled people around the world.
Pretty vs. Smart with Alex Brousset and Andy Wibbels
Late bloomers; growing up nerdy as a gay kid and becoming muscular and attractive later in life. Can anyone get past their elementary school identity?