Episode 2! We made it. It's slightly late, it's full of sidetracks, it's everything you love about Anxious & Insecure, plus some iffy instructions for how to use a menstrual cup!
We're back. No, it's not a mirage. Oli and Arthur are back in your ears and less able to follow their own trails of thought than ever! In this episode, we discuss environmental issues, political turmoil, inter-generational conflict, mental health, and eggs. Obviously. Want to hear more? Then listen. It's a podcast, duh.
Let’s take a moment and look at the phrase “calm your tits”, shall we? I’m not going to analyse it, I just want you to think about what a ridiculous thing it is that this phrase even exists, let alone how legitimised it’s become. Have you ever seen what happens when you tell a woman… Continue reading Why women can’t be angry
Okay, so some of you have spotted that we've been a little off-radar this summer. Sorry about that, but we promise we've missed you all! A lot has been going on for us the last few months, and our tiny team has got even tinier as we've had to say goodbye to Producer Extraordinaire Ollie… Continue reading Ghosting? Us? Yeah, kinda.
In the first episode of Pride Month(s) - we're taking 2 months because we sort of can and also we just want to - we're not at all shocked that Trump is refusing to acknowledge it. However, we're pleasantly surprised that Roseanne's racist tweets had such a major negative impact on her career. Meanwhile, in… Continue reading Episode 24
Donald J. Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. We have thoughts on this, would you like to hear them? Of course you wouldn't, but here they are anyway! The 45th President of the United States of America is an unapologetic bigot, the picture of prejudice, and has no respect or regard for… Continue reading Do not give Trump the Nobel Peace Prize (pretty please)
Recently in the UK was Mental Health awareness week. If you've listened to our latest episode, you'll have heard how excited we were for it. Because if we at Anxious and Insecure are aware of anything, it's our mental health (because it's terrible). With corporations and brands getting on board with the Week, and campaigns… Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Week: where do we stand?