HSSS is not your Grandma’s Regis & Kelly. It’s an online talk show that’s a little crass and a lot of sass. HSSS’s interactive social stream is a no-holds-barred he said, she said perspective on life…in real time. Recorded live, in studio and on location, every week, this sometimes-raucous tête-à-tête through the news and events happening now offers candid, and often comedic, views from two very animated personalities.
One’s a daddy. One’s a drag. One’s sharp. One’s smart. One’s high-maintenance. One’s high…on life. You get the idea.
Join Aaron “AHizz” Heier and Ophelia Later as they romp through San Diego (and all over) to imbibe and entertain with different guests at different spots each webisode. No topic is off limits and the only rule is: drinks are included. Join the conversation or show up and be a part of the action.
He Said / sHe Said LIVE!
Fresh from completing 13 miles in the Rock ‘n Roll Half Marathon, Ian shared his triumphant & exhausting experience with Alejandra and Courtney…while Dustin ditched us for Mumford & Sons. After recounting for us his treacherous run, Courtney shared an experience she had recently with a young boy who exclaimed “pink is for girls & gay is gross.” They talked about people using the bible as a defense against marriage equality and answered a viewer question on why the LGBT community lacks cohesion, often beating each other down rather than unifying. Read More
Poor Aaron had to take a little staycation for some “procedures” so the very leg-alicious Ophelia welcomed gayborhood personality, LGBT activist and all-around cutie patootie Benny Cartwright to co-host at our Urban Mo’s Copa Bar studio. With cocktails in hand, they dished sex, FilmOut, food, more sex, more FilmOut, relationships, dating, events around San Diego & more. Read More
This week at Urban Mo’s, Aaron & Ophelia got to chat with FilmOut San Diego Festival Director Kaleb James and Board Member Bob Bouchard about the upcoming 15th Anniversary of the film festival. May 29 through June 2, 35 LGBT-focused feature and short films will dominate the screen at the historic Birch North Park Theatre, along with Q&A sessions with filmmakers and stars, VIP parties, red carpet events + more. GBF, Interior. Leather Bar., I Am Divine, Meth Head, Go Doc Project, Out In The Dark and even a short from San Diego diva extraordinaire Grace Towers titled Leather and Grace. Tickets are available online or at the box office & a VIP pass for the entire five-day festival (including opening night party & all movies) is only $99. SWAG ALERT: We have several tickets to give away to many of the festival features – make sure you ‘Like’ FilmOut’s Facebook page & check back on our Facebook page to see how you can win! Have an OMAZING Memorial Day holiday! Read More
This week at the Brass Rail, Ian, Alejandra, Courtney & Dustin decided to change things up a bit. First, they discussed shopping habits, supporting businesses that support the community and what attributes make you choose one business over the other. Then, they answered some very interesting comments & viewer questions including being ‘bisexual’ in a committed relationship and what constitutes cheating. They finished up with some opinions about the proposed monument at the Hillcrest Pride Flag & requiring drug tests for welfare recipients. Have a question or comment for the crew? Leave it below & we’ll probably read it on the show. Read More
With Aaron & Producer Jay in the doghouse for forgetting Ophelia’s birthday, a diversion from her wrath was necessary. Enter this week’s special guests, Mick & Michael. The hotnesses talked with us about their Team Dirty Tony Roadies participating in this year’s AIDS Lifecycle bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles which helps raise money for HIV/AIDS services in both cities. Of course, there were some shots, corn dogs & lots of naughty talk included. And, if you’ve never visited DirtyTony.com [NSFW] before, well, you’re missing out…we guarantee! Read More