Flapping & Fawning is a podcast hosted by two non-binary drag artists from Birmingham, AL, Fawn and Flap Jack (from Camp Wannakiki season 4). Join us as we flap our gums about the latest drag news, fawn over our favorite up and coming drag trends, and chat about life through a queer lens! Buy Flapping & Fawning Merch: https://store.streamelements.com/flapjacqueline
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Drag is under attack! How are you planning to speak up and speak out in support of the LGBTQ+ community? This week, Fawn and Flap Jack explore the nuances of drag and activism. Sometimes even the best intentions can have harmful impacts, so this epis... more
Flap Jack and Fawn take a moment to discuss all of the major events going on in the world--both in drag and out! They are joined by Biggie Taters who gives some insight on the political climate in Tennessee as protests begin against the oncoming drag... more
Kam Kam and Flap Jack reminisce about their first time performing together and discuss how the drag landscape has changed in recent years to be more inclusive to non-binary drag entertainers. In a thoughtful conversation about the intersection of bal... more
I would like—if I may—to take you on a strange journey. How strange is it, you ask? So strange they made a podcast out of it. But, to my tale: more
This has got to be one of my new favorite shows. From the in depth chats about drag competition shows like Drag Race and Dragula, to breaking down and explaining gender identity to folks who might not understand, this show is great for anyone looking to gag on drag, but then has the feel of having a delightful chat with close friends. It’s intimate, it’s silly, and it’ll pick your spirit right on up.
Flapping And Fawning is a great podcast to listen to for insight and perspective on drag, art, and queer culture while also getting a good fix of laughs! Can’t recommend it enough; but I’ll try! Listen to this podcast!
This show gives me gas! In a good way! Not in the “farting real loud in a crowded room and blaming it on someone you don’t like” way, but in the “gives me the energy to start my day on a positive note” way! But I do love a good fart, let’s be real. more
That’s because you have no taste. Have a nice day. Hillary Yaas.
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this podcast launched 10 months ago and published 57 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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