Since we won’t be going to any Pride events IRL this year, we’re bringing the celebration to you as a part of our Betches @ Home Series. Grab a drink and join us tonight (Monday, June 29th) at 8pm ET, as @fatcarriebradshaw and @bryanrussellsmith host a Pride variety show. 100% of ticket proceeds will be donated to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute (@mpjinstitute), a non-profit committed to protecting the human rights of Black transgender people. There'll be games with special guests, Everyone's Gay trivia, live performances, and more, so make sure to reserve your spot at betches.co/pride before tickets sell out!
Jun 29, 2020
Since we won’t be going to any Pride parades this year, we’re bringing the celebration to your homes. On Monday, June 29 at 8pm EST, Everyone’s Gay stars Bryan Russell Smith and Chris Burns (aka @fatcarriebradshaw) will go live for Betches Pride variety as a part of our Betches @ Home Series. All ticket sales will be donated to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute, a non profit for elevation and advocating the Black LGBTQ+ community. Chris and Bryan will talk about all things Pride, play some games,be joined by special guests, and more. Tickets are on sale now, so make sure to secure your spot before they sell out. Go to betches.co/pride to get your tickets today!
Jun 22, 2020
Chris and Bryan are back to tell you about an exciting EG crossover series coming soon on The Betches Sup Podcast! Every Friday in the month of June 2020, the EG hosts will be covering a different piece of queer history. The parades might be cancelled, but that doesn't mean Pride is over. Be sure to subscribe now to The Betches Sup Podcast so you don't miss a single episode of Pride, Queerantine Edition.
May 29, 2020
Bryan and Chris return...for the final time, kind of. They begin by explaining the changes coming to Everyone’s Gay and what might be coming in the future. Next they do a full retrospective on their favorite past episodes of the show. Next they play a round of “Cock It Or Block It”. Then they read some heart felt messages from listeners. Finally they end the show with one last listener email.
Dec 26, 2019
Bryan and Chris are ready for Christmas and aren’t watching the Hallmark Channel this year. They start by discussing Hallmark’s decision to pull an LGBTQ focused Zola commercial and the network’s sudden back pedal vow to be more inclusive in their content. Then Chris pitches a gay Hallmark movie of his own. Next they talk about Netflix’s backlash about a foreign gay Jesus film. Then they play a holiday edition of “Cock It Or Block It”. Finally a listener writes in wondering how to handle a sticky situation with a married man.
Dec 19, 2019
Bryan and Chris start the show with their Spotify year-in-review lists and a conversation about the songs of the year. Next, they talk about the Merriam-Webster dictionary making “they” the word of the year. Plus, they tell us which celebrity’s dad came out as gay this week, including a strange public comparison he made about his struggle. They talk about the weirdest new YouTube video trend: GaySMR. They play us some examples of GaySMR and tell us whether or not they understand the fad. They play a game of Cock It or Block It, leading to a debate about Baby Yoda. Then they close things out with an announcement about the show.
Dec 12, 2019
Bryan and Chris are back from their Thanksgiving travels. They start by talking about Gabrielle Union’s week of drama surrounding the Instagram criticism of her gay son and racial mistreatment at “America’s Got Talent”. Next they discuss whether or not it’s possible to be friends with an ex. Later they play cock it or block it and discuss Dakota Johnson’s uncomfortable “Ellen” appearance. Finally a listener writes in wondering how to attract a third sexual partner into his relationship with his boyfriend.
Dec 5, 2019
Bryan and Chris get this holiday edition of the show started with a revenge story about a homophobic mom and a secret meatloaf recipe. They talk about Pete Davidson’s confusing sex appeal and a confession he made about masturbating to a certain male celebrity. Next, they talk about Sam Smith sharing that they used to feel the need to butch it up early in their career and where that pressure came from. Why are gay artists still getting pressured to stay in the closet? Plus, they react to Kim Kardashian’s makeup artist coming out at the age of 37. They play a game of Thanksgiving-themed Cock It or Block It, which leads to a conversation about partying the night before the holiday. Then a listener writes in to ask if he should come clean about the feelings he has for a friend that may or may not be in the closet, which leads to a similar story from Chris about a former crush. They finish the show with advice for how to express your feelings for someone, despite the potential consequences.
Nov 28, 2019
Bryan and Chris return in the midst of Chris’ high profile credit debt lawsuit. They begin by talking about the Grammy nominations and the chances that Lizzo could take home the Best New Artist hardware. Next Bryan gives a quick recap on what’s going on with the impeachment audience while Chris takes a nap. Later Chris recaps his weekend at Bravocon and the boys play a round of cock it or block it. They close the show by solving a relationship crisis sent in by a listener.
Nov 22, 2019
Bryan and Chris are back and they are pissed at Madonna. They start by discussing the icon’s chronic lateness on her tour and the fans that are suing her for it. Next, a listener writes in wondering how to be comfortable being less masculine. Later, they are joined by BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon to discuss RuPaul’s Drag Race, their new touring show All I Want For Christmas Is Attention, and play a round of Cock It or Block It.
Nov 14, 2019