21 episodes

We are two young Malaysian womxn, living our best life, trying to think critically, have more constructive conversations, and encourage discourse. We are here because we are everything we want to be, nothing you want us to be and so much more. Here to navigate through our experiences being young women of colour talking about relationships, sexuality, lifestyle, pop culture, and whatever the hell we want!

Aunty, Please! Lama & Shaya

    • Comedy

We are two young Malaysian womxn, living our best life, trying to think critically, have more constructive conversations, and encourage discourse. We are here because we are everything we want to be, nothing you want us to be and so much more. Here to navigate through our experiences being young women of colour talking about relationships, sexuality, lifestyle, pop culture, and whatever the hell we want!

    Welcome to 2021!

    Welcome to 2021!

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    • 36 min
    2020 Reflections

    2020 Reflections

    This is it y'all! Final episode of 2020 from Aunty, Please! We end the year by reflecting on the mess that is 2020 and talk about what we look forward to in 2021. We would also like to take a moment to thank you all for the support since we've started. We've got big plans for 2021 and we're so excited to share them all with you soon! Till then, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year!


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    • 54 min
    What Could Comprehensive Sex Ed Look Like? // SEXY CHATS

    What Could Comprehensive Sex Ed Look Like? // SEXY CHATS

    Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, Spotify, and Apple iTunes.

    You can also follow us individually @natashajlama and @atshaya5 on Instagram. @auntyplease.

    Linktree: https://linktr.ee/auntyplease


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    • 22 min
    CHITTY-CHATS: Racism, Biphobia & The Privilege of Being the Bigger Person with Tarang - Part 2

    CHITTY-CHATS: Racism, Biphobia & The Privilege of Being the Bigger Person with Tarang - Part 2

    Trigger warning: This episode discusses experiences of biphobia, homophobia, and violence. Please listen at your own discretion.

    Part 2 of our chat with Tarang is OUT! We continue the discussion on biphobia, choosing compassion over hate, and mental health & sexuality. Tarang reveals an unexpected act from his father, the importance of acknowledging and accepting gender and sexual identity, the anxiety of being queer, choosing compassion over hate, and questioning if ignorance is generational. Don't forget to tune in to find out more!! Check out Tarang at @ttarang and do follow us on Instagram @auntyplease. Let us know what you think!! 




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    • 38 min
    CHITTY-CHATS: Navigating being a Young Queer Early-Years Teacher in Malaysia with Tarang

    CHITTY-CHATS: Navigating being a Young Queer Early-Years Teacher in Malaysia with Tarang

    Trigger warning: This episode discusses experiences of biphobia, homophobia, and violence. Please listen at your own discretion.

    Okay y'all! This is a powerful one! So powerful we had to break it down into two parts! We cover a lot, so try to keep up! Our gem of a guest, Tarang, @ttarang (a dear friend of @natashajlama) had some stories to share and Shaya may or may not have cried...... TWICE! We discuss a range of subtopics within bisexuality, coming out, familial expectations, and teaching in Malaysia as a young, brown, male teacher.

    Don't forget to check out Tarang at @ttarang and to follow us on Instagram @auntyplease. The episode is out now on Spotify, Apple iTunes and Anchor! Let us know what you think!! 


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    • 39 min
    CHITTI-CHATS: Fatphobia & Fitness with Annette

    CHITTI-CHATS: Fatphobia & Fitness with Annette

    We often struggle to meet unrealistic expectations on what being healthy looks like for us. We forget that not everyone is the same and that we can't compare ourselves to others. Our guest Annette talks to us about her fitness journey, body dysmorphia, mental & physical health, diet culture, and fatphobia. Listen in to hear about her journey and what we can learn from it.

    Don't forget to check out Annette at @annettesoosay or @rawhealthannette and to follow us on Instagram @auntyplease. 


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    • 53 min

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