Phew. What a roller coaster ride. We talk about how it is impossible to get HIV from chocolate, how Mike has judgy feelings about the straight guy Kyle hooked up with, and that one of us struggles with self harm from time to time. Typical Gayish, we bring you up, bring you down, and bring you the opportunity to drink Scotch.
More gays have been arming themselves with guns, and we delve into the reasons why. Plus, we talk to a gay Texan gun-owner, Michael Buss. Put the safety on before listening! Topics: Pulse Nightclub shooting, Omar Mateen, LGBTQ homicide. Skippers: gun conversation starts at 17:54
In our first ever live show, Mike and Kyle do oral in front of an audience.
Topics: Gus Kenworthy, brojobs, autoblow, spit or swallow
Skippers: 7:24 is the start of the oral discussion
Before Grindr or Scruff, gays used handkerchiefs to proclaim what (or who) they were looking for that night. We delve into origins and analysis of the hanky code. Plus, the return of Momsplaining with Ma Johnson.
Skippers: 14:54 is the start of the hanky code discussion
Weir going to talk figure skating and Rippon its gayness. And then learn one more gay figure skater’s name to make a third pun.
Topics: hockey, Adam Rippon, Mike Pence, The Eagle, Tonya Harding, Nancy Kerrigan, John Curry
Skippers: 12:40 is the start of figure skating discussion
You have gayish questions. We have gayish answers. We celebrate our 50th episode with a very special Q&A from you, the gayish listeners!
Mike and Kyle uncover the disturbing history Disney has with the LGBTQ community in their parks and characters. Queer mafia: we may need your help defending us from the secret Disney mafia! Guest: our favorite fag stag and Disney expert, Doug Antkowiak.
The best recap of this episode is: tops, bottoms, power bottoms, Gay’s Anatomy, age differences, findom, pups, God Jayden, and a whole lotta bro. Our guest is Andrew Gurza from DisabilityAfterDark, the podcast that shines a bright light on sex and disability.
Mike and Kyle talk about how the Aziz Ansari story and the #metoo movement relate to their own experience in the gay community.
Ryan Murphy’s upcoming show, “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace,” has the gays in a tizzy with Criss-citement. We talk about gay murderer Andrew Cunanan’s killing spree and how his experience is reflection of our own.