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 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:
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.
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.
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.
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.
On this week’s show, Otieno, Sarah, Megan and Cindy chit chat about their week, violence in video games, a Netflix documentary about a woman we really shouldn’t be talking about because there are much better people to be talking about, and lips.
This week’s featured song is “Generation L(ost)” by L.A. Salami