Weekly show about LGBTQ life and issues, sharing queer voices and stories with the world.
Author Dwayne Ratleff on ‘Dancing to the Lyrics’
Dwayne Ratleff grew up Black, poor and gay in 1960s Baltimore. As a youngster, his loving grandma taught him: “Don’t explain yourself, be yourself.” Long-time San Franciscan Ratleff has written an impressive, insightful, award-winning novel –...
Monkeypox advice from health experts
Monkeypox has primarily affected men who sleep with men, but it has been diagnosed in children and women, and health experts says it’s likely to move more widely into the general population. What are we...
Flashback to Ptown, 2013
Escape with us to a simpler place and time. Before monkeypox, before COVID, before traveling got so fraught. To a town its promoters claimed then was gayer than San Francisco – and where September is...
Slaying Dragons with Kevin Rolston
“I grew up in a very blue collar, working class, homophobic, and racist environment,” he recalled. Through literature, performance, and eventually writing and performing his own intentionally queer works, Rolston found his sexuality and his voice.
Uncut: ‘Changeling’ dives deeper, sings more
Here’s the longer version of our talk with fascinating transgender musician Nick Lawrence — more intense and with more music than we could fit into our half-hour radio show. Don’t miss “Dong Sewn On,” the...
Cockettes female co-founder shares group’s saucy history
Meet artist, designer, photographer and actor Fayette Hauser, a female co-founder of The Cockettes, the 1969-‘72 experimental San Francisco theatre troupe known for eye-popping costumes, glittery beards and sexy musicals some called anarchic. Her beautiful...