What happens when people are attracted to you - or reject you - for just one quality? A comedian and a singer tell funny, thoughtful stories about how they've been put in a box, and how they're climbing out. Plus, Dan shares his thoughts on objectification and labeling. This episode features "Rice Queen" told by Joel Kim Booster for RISK!, and "Hot Top" by Courtney Act for Don't Tell My Mother!
As a tiny minority of America's population, most members of the LGBT community spend most of their time in mostly heterosexual spaces.
Chef "Grill" Arnett presents "Iron Comic," a live comedy competition created and hosted by Nato Green where comedians write two-minute sets based on audience-suggested topics. The winner gets bragging rights and a sweet new accomplishment line on their resume. In other words, it's completely pointless but highly entertaining.
Joel Kim Booster is Korean which, according to the gay community, makes him completely undesirable. Joel shares his insights learned in his long journey towards self-acceptance and finding real love, before a live audience for RISK! at The PIT in New York, New York.