This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid, we hash through why Christian straight people are paranoid, the unequal assessment of doxxing by the media, and how the crazy unhinged woman trope is dumb.
This week’s featured song is “Crash Boom Bang” by Unloved
This week on a very special and Jonless episode of Secretly Timid, we replace our co-host with Juliet, a queer woman, and see if anyone notices. We talk about expectations in dating, give our takes on the blue ripple/wave, racist computer programs, and our slowly evolving historical institutions.
This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid (with special guest Juicebox Dad aka Ruttiger Smoot), we’re back and everything is still pretty awful. Jon talks about local awful, Otieno talks about men being awful, and Megan reminds us that dogs are subject to sexism too.
This week’s featured song is, “Life’s a Rave” by Ned Dylan.
This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid, we’re Jonless and as bleak as always whilst we discuss the various micro and macro aggressions that categorize the modern political era. Oh, and fat bears because they should totally conform to our body image issues and stuff, right?
This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid, after a brief detour into the mechanics of self inflicted stab wounds, we offer our take on the only piece of news that anyone is talking about right now. Yeah, sorry about that ya’ll :/
photo credit : Red Williamson
This week’s featured song is “(I’ve Still Got) Sand In My Shoes” by Calvin Johnson
This week on a very special episode of Secretly Timid we catch up on the catastrophes that our culture continues to be consumed with. We discuss whether or not to give Michael Rapport the benefit of the doubt, how the Department of Education’s efforts to ensure debt slavery remains a thing, and how men manage to continue to be unaccountable trash.