Baby Arm

On this week’s extra-special episode, Megs and Jon are joined by extra-special guest and IT guru, Ryan. Topics include teaching your daughter to shave her legs, house flipping, Mexican weddings, dating apps, and …well…you know, what we always talk about.

This week’s featured song is, “Hollow Thing,” by LIFE

For Shame

TW/CW : This week’s episode includes an in depth discussion on rape and sexual assault

On this week’s episode of Secretly Timid, Otieno graduates, Jon plays Resident Evil 2, and Megs slices open her thumb. This week’s discussion continues our ongoing discussion on masculinity in society and explores shame and sexual assault.

photo by Lauren J. Andrews

This week’s featured song is “Jacket” by Carsie Blanton

Just Take Out A Loan

On this week’s episode, Jon and Megan talk about their week’s and discuss the temporary end of the shutdown, Democratic hopefuls, and Wilbur Ross.

This week’s featured song of the week is “All Over Now’ by The Cranberries, from the band’s upcoming final album, In the End,which will be released April 26th.

“I can’t think of a more fitting way to commemorate the first anniversary of Dolores’ passing and to celebrate her life than to announce to the world the release of her final album with the band.” 
Eileen O’Riordan, Dolores O’Riordan’s mother

Night Gum

On This week’s extra special episode of Secretly Timid, Jon and Megan are joined by the one and only Foxy Brown. Topics include the most googled woman in 2018, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, tools to fight spam calls, and more!

This week’s featured song is, “Ou La La La (All Eyes On Us)” by NVDES 

I Feel No Sorry

On this week’s episode of Secretly Timid: We talk about smelly trees, big booties, Mint Julep and pleasant dating surprises in the context to low expectation.

This week’s featured song is, “My Last Request” by Loveless Romantics

Two Thirds Women Speakers

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’s featured song is “Numb” by Go Dark

Beef Jerky People


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.

Call You Out Your Name

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?
Intercepted Podcast: Live from Chicago
Palmer Luckey, Oculus CEO’s donations to Congressman Steve King of Iowa.
HPV Vaccine Approved for Adult Use
Police will be required to report officer involved deaths under now US system
Jeff Sessions orders review of police reforms prompted by high-profile shootings
Jury awards 37 million to family of Korryn Gaines after police killed her in police standoff (the shooting officer was acquitted and later promoted to coporal)
Don’t Call Nikki Haley a Moderate.  She’s an Extremist on Israel, Iran, and Human Rights.
And the fattest bear in Alaska is…
This week’s featured song is, “Stay With Me” by Longwave

Mint Julep

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

Just The Two Of Us

This week on a very special Jonless & Saraless episode of Secretly Timid, Megan talks about living that pizza life, Otieno gets existential about…well, everything (again) and we talk about that nasty ass Catholic priest stuff. Fun!

Some Links:
This week’s featured song is “Flawless” by Dorothy