SMNTY Classics: Video Games & Women, Part I

In this update, A&B revisit an episode about the women making video games. What's it like for women in video games who comprise just 12 percent of the industry? Cristen and Caroline kick-off their two-part series on video games by looking at women making their way in the industry and the challenges -- and sometimes death threats -- they face.

Online Gaming and Sexual Harassment

Are video games due for their #metoo moment? What's it like online gaming as a woman? Join A & B as they level up your video game knowledge and discuss how to make the video game community better. 

SMNTY Classics: Will 2018 Be Another Year of the Woman?

A & B look back at this classic episode, and check in to see if 2018 is shaping up to be a year of the woman.

Introducing Committed

A & B introduce you to a new show from HowStuffWorks. Join host Jo Piazza as she delves into the hilarious, heartbreaking and inspiring stories of couples of all kinds who’ve soldiered through unimaginable circumstances, and after the longest of days, still want to wake up next to one another in the morning.

SMNTY Classics: Where the f*** are the pockets on women's clothing?

After a disatrous search for a dress with pockets, Anney wanted to revisit this classic. E&B break down the quest for pocket equality.

Emotional Labor Is Labor!

What is emotional labor? If you're a woman you're probably doing it already. 

Why Do Men Expose Themselves?

Louis CK. Harvey Weinstein. Why do men non consensually expose themselves? 

SMNTY Classics: When did women start running marathons?

In this classic episode, A & B revist the history of women running (or not running) races. In 1972, women were finally allowed to run in the Boston Marathon. Caroline and Cristen took a look at women and marathons.

Trump Is Gaslighting You About Migrant Kids At The Border

Thousands of kids have been taken from their parents at our borders and the administration is lying about it.


A & B break down pansexuality and discuss pansexual representation in media and fan fiction.