Penal Code

This week on a very special and Sarahless episode of Secretly Timid, men need to sit in time out for a while.  Seriously.  With special guest Chris Mosley

Texas shooting: Houston police chief ‘hits rock bottom’ on gun reform

Texas school shooter killed girl who turned down his advances and embarrassed him in class, her mother says

The mayor of Dallas had harsh words for President Donald Trump and the Republican Congress following the latest mass shooting in Texas.

5 Ways Modern Men Are Trained to Hate Women: Updated

Contact Congress about Net Neutrality!

Jordan Peterson, Custodian of the Patriarchy

UPS Headquarters Moves:

Sticky Dark Web

​This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid, Megan still hasn’t gotten any dick pics but only as a matter of semantics, Jon gets a cold sore from a CPR dummy, Otieno is apoplectic about intellectual dishonesty and Sarah counsels us all through it.


photo by Cal Quinn

This week’s featured song is “Holy Ghost Blues” by Silas Nello


On A Mission

On this week’s special episode of Secretly Timid, Megan, Sarah, Otieno, and Jon discuss Michelle Wolf’s explosive set at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner and Rudy Giuliani’s recent talk show appearances.

This week’s Hot Topics include:

photo by BandStalkerFW

This week’s featured song is “Going Up To Space” by Shadows of Jets

Cuddle Party

This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid Sarah finds out she’s sapiosexual, Megan watches Get Out (again…sorta), Otieno gets snuggly, and Jon is gets a tattoo. We also get an assist via screenwriter Michael Varrati and film critic Alonso Duralde on LGBTQ survivors in horror films.

Here is a sampling:

  • The Invitation
  • Rift
  • Thelma
  • Brides to Be
  • All About Evil

Oh, and we didn’t get a chance to talk about it but Michelle Wolf slayed. Fuck the haters.

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This week’s featured song is “Fine Line” by Parker Millsap from the album, Other Arrangements, which is available May 4th. He’ll be playing the Granada Theater in Dallas on Tuesday, May 8th.

Face Down

This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid, we almost make it through the entire episode without talking over each other.  Also, Megan plumbs the depths of the uncanny valley, Otieno has more bad news, Jon’s fight or flight instinct is set to “denial”, and Sara finds an imaginary fetus graveyard.  Oh, and presents!

P.S.  Otieno said he will modify future tellings of that terrible joke to include a strap because he remembered that all worker ants are female.

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Oh, and Eartha Kitt was a badass

This week’s featured song is “I Was Fucked By A Cloud” by ANMLPLNET


Tell Me You Like It

Dude- updating the website is super stressful if you don’t know what you’re doing. And I don’t know what I’m doing. So this is just a test to see if everything is ok. Enjoy the song, “Tell Me You Like It” by Liz Phair.

We Can’t Even

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This week’s featured song is “Again” by 


Kink V Fetish


On this week’s episode, Megan, Jon, Sarah, and Otieno are joined by special guest fine art photographer, L.A. Iversen. Iversen and the quartet talk a bit about art, kink art, and if there is a difference between kink and fetish.

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This week’s featured song is “Press Play” by the Lay Awakes


Happy Easter (or that one where kids unknowingly play with fertility symbolism).

On this week’s episode, Megan is told to smile, Otieno get’s pulled over, and Sarah may or may not have a stalker…

This week’s Hot Topics (and other points of discussion) include:

This week’s featured song is “Running Away” by the Orange Peels


But That Lawyer Though

On this week’s show, Megan, Jon, Otieno, and Sarah reflect on their week and discuss whether or not Stormy Daniels will be the one to take down the Trump Dynasty.

This week’s Hot Topics include:

  • Austin Bombings
  • Should professors be barred from sleeping with their students?
  • Do people care more about the puppy that was killed on United Airlines than the kids killed in school shootings or victims of racially motivated violence?

Shout outs?

White Metropolis
This week’s featured song is “Lethargy” by Noise Figures