Right Now in Stuff Mom Never Told You


In our pop culture, women frequently lust after monsters. Why is that?

Are daddy issues, like, a thing?

The founder of Lora DiCarlo joins Anney and Samantha to discuss the Osé, CES controversy, and female pleasure.

A while back, a court decision to lift age restrictions on purchasing Plan B emergency contraception set off a firestorm of controversy. In light of current events, let's revisit this classic episode.

The ABCs of being Ace

Adjoa Danso joins us to discuss asexuality.

The Spectrum of Sexuality

Are women inherently more complicated than men when it comes to sexuality?

SMNTY Classics: At Home Abortions

In this classic episode, take a look at the changing laws around pill induced abortion.

Maya Kroth stops by to take us inside a crisis pregnancy center.

What's Happening with Roe v. Wade?

With the onslaught of state heartbeat laws in the US, Anney and Samantha check in on abortion laws and Roe v Wade.

SMNTY Classics: Anna Delvey, This Summer's $cam Queen

Anna Delvey is back in the news. In this classic episode, we delve into her story and break down our fascination with scammers.

Involuntary Celibacy

Who are incels, and how did they go from people searching for connection and support online to a group largely composed of male supremacists calling for and sometimes committing real-life acts of violence against women? Anney and Samantha break it down.

Anney and Samantha do a check-in on feminism, and why people are still so afraid of the 'f' word.

SMNTY Classics: Why do we celebrate Mother’s Day?

On Sunday, Americans will spend more than $16 billion dollars celebrating Mother's Day. This classic episode digs into why we treat moms to brunch and flowers every second Sunday in May, and why the founder of Mother's Day regretted how popular it became.

The New Adventures of SMNTY

Anney and new host Samantha check in with the past, present and future of Stuff Mom Never Told You (and go on a few tangents along the way).

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Christine Nobiss of Seeding Sovereignty stops by to discuss the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, and what we can do about it.

Female Firsts: Banking and Ballet

Friend of the show Yves stops by with a new segment looking at female firsts.

Becoming a Survivor

In this final episode of our miniseries on trauma, we talk about what it means to become a survivor.

Too Much Empathy

Is it possible to have too much empathy?

Therapy can be a powerful coping tool.

Bonus Interview: Dr. Shaili Jain and the Unspeakable Mind

After 20 years of working in the field and 10 years of research, Dr. Shaili Jain stops by to discuss her new book 'The Unspeakable Mind', and how PTSD is a public health issue that impacts all of us.