Trev discusses the one time Canada apologizing is actually news-worthy, his official return to the sexual abyss of Grindr, the Frozen/COCO controversy, an extremely homoerotic encounter with a doctor, Trev's blunt new psychiatrist and more! This is Trev: Gay doesn't mean happy.
Things take a turn for the dour when Trev struggles to trudge through yet another show while heavily medicated and relatively suicidal. Also, a surprise guest who was listening to the show pops in to make sure that Trev is okay and the WORST song and music trends of 2017 are discussed. This is 'Trev:' Gay doesn't mean happy.
'National Coming Out Day 2017!' Finally having some alone time in the studio, host Trev Richards takes a gab at all of the things such as the best time to come out, personal stories about Grindr, Tinder and some idiot soaking him with his umbrella. Also discussed is #TrumpHolidays as well as the news that matters most: Pornhub's new AI search technology, the Boy Scouts now allowing girls to join and more on this week's episode of 'Trev': Gay doesn't mean happy.
In the OFFICIAL (and second attempt at) Season 2 premiere: Lead member of Indie Rock band 'August Hotel' Joe Padilla joins host Trev Richards for a long, extremely intimate conversation ranging from pansexuality and coming out to loss, mental health, communism, art and far more. (Included below are the time stamps for various topics to allow for easy listening/rewinding.) Topic Time-Stamps: Intro: 00:00 - 28:56 Identity/Pansexuality: 28:56 - 59:37 Mother’s Death & Writing Music: 59:37 -...
In what is now the pre-premiere of Season 2 of 'Trev,' Trev manages to f*ck it up once again by failing to properly record over half of the show. Guest Stef Quaranta joins the program to talk about his sexuality, coming out process, leaving soccer due to toxic masculinity, how social media contributes to eating disorders and more.
This week, Trev offers more thoughts on last week's interview with Satan-worshiper Mars Slay. Then, Bill Nye's gay ice cream segment, Donald Trump's zero knowledge of the Civil War, Netflix's controversial new show "13 Reasons Why," the state of the radio station and more are all discussed. Also, a new slogan/segment for the show, "Gayngry," is developed as Trev rants about how gay men need to treat each other better. __________________________________________ Local Music on This Episode:...
In perhaps the finest moment of TREV yet, Trev interviews real-life Satan worshiper Mars Slay ('Satan' for short)about his spiritual powers/abilities and beliefs. Mars treats the audience with a live, demonic incantation, speaking Ancient Sumerian to the 'Gods.' Also, Bernie Sanders launches a podcast and Trev reads comments from the YouTube channel.
The show gets off to a late and rocky start with some technical difficulties and communication from an extra terrestrial. Also, Trev shares his thoughts on veteran comedian Dave Chappelle's two new Netflix specials, Tomi Lahren's reported cancellation, the United Airlines leggings controversy, how the Democrats are failures and why it's stupid to say immigrant workers are "taking" jobs from us. Joshua Lines from ROADCREW (Wednesdays, 10 - 12 PM | uicradio.org) co-hosts the program again to...
Trev proposes a television show/network inspired by the incredible and incoherent ramblings of Dr. Ben Carson. Also, host of MIDNIGHT WITH PEARL GIRL AND SONIA UNIVERSE (Wednesdays, 2 - 6 PM Central Time on UIC Radio), Pearl Shin joins the show to discuss her aspirations of being a goth farmer, how we are all nothing more than mere specks of dust in the universe and the extremely painful and negative experience known as "caring." This is TREV: Gay doesn't mean happy.
This week, Trev comments on Milo Yiannopoulos being raped as a child, the lack of stigma around homeless humor, COVERGIRL's problematic cover boy and the general intolerance on the political left. Strap in for another episode of TREV: Gay doesn't mean happy.
Discussion of Melissa McCarthy's brilliant peformance as Sean Spicer on SNL, the continued whiteness of the Grammys, why Christian Music is more often propaganda rather than art and more on this episode of TREV - Gay doesn't mean happy.
At long last, the organization that wears neckerchiefs has announced it will "allow" openly gay members! Trev discusses this along with Trump's Muslim ban, being a nondiscriminatory fatass and more on this week's episode of TREV - Gay doesn't mean happy.
LIVE, FROM CHICAGO: IT'S TREV'S 2016 HOMO-LIDAY SPECIAL! In the first (maybe) annual holiday episode, Trev joins a panel of other gay men to discuss the 'Worst Christmas Song of All Time,' play the first ever game of 'FEM FEUD' and discuss more of Nick Malone's sexual escapades.
Trev shares his thoughts on the HAMILTON cast's plea to Mike Pence and the '#TrumpCup' controversy. Also, Nick Malone (author of BLAHSMOPOLITAN) returns to the studio and tries to teach Trev how to be a "better gay."
This is the debut episode of TREV. Listen every week to hear Trev Richards passionately give his take on what's happening as well as engage with an extremely diverse world of guests. Tune in live, Mondays 8 - 10 PM Central time, via uicradio.org.