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Cocktails and Cream Puffs : Gay / LGBT Comedy Show

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Join us for the 2010-2012 People's Choice and 2010-2013 Best GLBT People's Choice Podcast Awards nominated podcast, Cocktails and Cream Puffs, a gay, comedy, pop-culture show from, Buffalo, New York, hosted by Joey Bucheker and featuring Wendy Cameron, Gary Andrews-Stieglitz and Donna Suggarz. Listen as they discuss the intimate and insane adventures of their own lives, give the reach around to your most favored and hated celebrities, and discuss the news as only they see it. Get a fresh dose of Gayity twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays. Ranked by the #2 Gay Comedy Podcast and listed as one of iTunes Essential LGBT Podcasts.

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These 3 gays run my new favorite go-to podcast. They have worked out some of the kinks and the shows are moving much more seemlessly. I love listening every week to hear Matt and Marc try and get a word in edgewise with the loud and loveable Joey B. Definitely worth a listen! I can only see the shows getting better from this point. My only suggestion; more raunch, less Betsy. Keep up the great work, fellas.


I can't tell you how excited I was when I discovered your podcast. I had received an invitation from one of the many other podcasts I listen to, asking me to vote for them in the same contest in which you've been nominated. When I scrolled down to the GLBT section, and saw that your show is done right here in Buffalo (and that I happen to be acquainted with one or two of you), I just thought that was fantastic. So, I subscribed to your podcast & listened to your most recent show.
I'm sorry to say that you have very efficiently captured the spirit of the Buffalo gay bar scene - catty gossip, and a certain level of proud ignorance. The way Joey talks right over everyone else on the show - and the fact that his microphone is louder than all the others, was very annoying.
I'm sure your show is quite popular with your target audience - gay bar patrons, incapable of sustaining a long-term meaningful relationship, and proud of the fact that they've slept with just about everyone in the city. I'm not judging, because I was there myself for many years - but I'm glad to say that it is possible to get beyond that.
I was disappointed that your show didn't have any gay activism content. You didn't talk about the rise in unsafe sexual practices seen in our gay youth, and just how real the threat of HIV/AIDS still is. You didn't talk about the DADT issue that is all over the news this week. Instead, you focused on the inane trivialities of your week - don't get me wrong, a bit of that can be fun - but the entire show? And I have to mention how shocked I was at the hateful intolerance expressed by all of you at the whole NY/NJ billboard issue. You are aware that most christians, and specifically the catholic church would rather you were dead, aren't you? You do understand that the biggest reason GLBT's hate themselves is that their church taught them to, don't you?
You are obviously reaching a large audience if you've been nominated for this award - why don't you choose to do something meaningful with the show, and help educate our gay youth - in your own fun way of course. I think you could do it if you put your mind to it.

Declining in value

I fel I have to give this podcast a two star review because of the rather unforunate turn it's been taking lately. I think the host needs to stick to doing what he does best and return to comedy, culture, and relevant news. Certain rants (you know which ones I mean, Joe) I believe aren't suited for either you or what you intend your show to be. So, I feel I have to unsubscribe for a few months. I wish you the best of luck with the show.

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