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Flame On :: Episode 236 :: Turns Out We’re 100% That Gay

Posted by Bryan on September 27, 2019

Flame ON! is the all-gay, all-geek podcast. Tune in as we dish on the latest in pop and queer culture.

We just took a DNA taste, turns out we’re 100% THAT gay! Whether it’s shaking our groove thangs or being scared of IT, we’re ready to tackle the month in pop culture and share it all with you!

After the glitter and sequins have faded from RuPaul’s DragCon NYC 2019, the boys have found their way back to the round table for a new discussion on the pop culture topics that are on everyone’s lips… Okay, well maybe just theirs – but that’s enough for them!

They start the show by tackling the topic of white privilege and Chelsea Handler’s new Netflix documentary, Hello. Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea before diving into the songs and tears brought on by Steven Universe: The Movie and the epic cloning reveal in Jonathan Hickman’s reboot of Marvel’s X-Men in House of X and Powers of X. This month’s break for station identification also includes the formal announcement of the new Flame ON! Patreon page where you can become part of our podcast family and help support the show at one of four genetically modified tiers!

We also discuss hard it is to escape your childhood demons as they review It Chapter 2 before moving on to puppets that scream at each other in Netflix’s new show, Jim Henson’s Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance and some chatter and excitement for the return of The Good Place for its fourth and final season. Before the boys sign off, you’ll get to hear about the things that are giving them life in this month’s 1-UPs (hint… one of them might involve Lizzo).

Sit back and get ready to FLAME ON!

 

 

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Just a 30-something coder/musician/gardener with a penchant for all things gay and geeky. Creator/Host of the Flame ON! podcast!

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