If all of our internet connections were as slow as they used to be, perhaps we would be forced to utilize our imaginations… would that be so bad? Our guest doesn’t think so. Once a young giant, G-Su explains why growing up in Brownsville, TX. led to a role as a Nazi, the reason he is known to some as “Juice”, and why he lived a year of his life as a “yes man”.
%100 man, born in Texas, raised in Arkansas, and named after the great city that we all hail from, Austin has always been a Milf-man. His years spent in the bible belt filled him with stories of encountering cougars, sinning before his grandmothers baffled eyes, and being one of the special people his Daddy feels comfortable exposing his nudist side to.
More curious than Curious George himself, our very sensitive guest, co-host of Gender Fluids (a podcast about sex, sexuality, and gender) discusses struggling with same sex attraction, overcoming her fear of hugs, and the power of repent. Also, Zaeli shares her version of the French Press.
Our good friend and GCBC co-founder Trace Holt walks us through his hero’s quest from a barefoot closetcase in Texas Hill Country to a fast-talking, joke-cracking, dude-plowing single dad in the big city.
Cruising and dogging along comes our guest David, a producer/filmmaker, talking about what it’s like to be both homosexual and heterosexual, how we might all be programmed, and the reason that the day he lost his virginity is one he can never forget.
Straight out of the butt hole of Texas, Nana dances her way into the hearts of our hosts with stories of love-able evil Aunts, taking shots of tequila with her alleged Father, and building loving relationships with fit guys even if their dick game is trash.
Health coach, Japanese enthusiast, and champion of misfits, Emile walks us through her journey out of self harm into a more nutritious life, falling in love with an entire city, and the power of seeing those whom feel invisible.
This week comedian Lindsey Easterwood cuts to the chase as she always does, to tell us what it’s like to be twenty as fuck and livin’ off cake here in the Lone Star State capital. Spoiler: it’s a most hilarious mix of casual and wild.
Comedian, veteran, and tall righteous lady Jami Schoffner fills us in on her past stealing cars, driving submarines, and dealing with the dick she never asked for.
On brand as a way of life, Cassidy shares her thoughts on Jesus as a lover, co-creating a phallus with a friend, and the importance of being nice.