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A podcast which aims to shine light into the darkened corners of the music industry while discussing the ways we can and should improve ourselves and, in turn, our community. This podcast may contain graphic descriptions of sexual abuse and assault, including rape. These accounts can be triggering, especially for those who have also experienced trauma of a sexual nature. If, at any point during this podcast, you feel yourself getting triggered, we suggest taking a break and taking care of yourself before continuing. But we do ask that you continue. These conversations are so important to have.

enough‪.‬ Kendra Sheetz | Rich Gill

    • Music
    • 3.8 • 58 Ratings

A podcast which aims to shine light into the darkened corners of the music industry while discussing the ways we can and should improve ourselves and, in turn, our community. This podcast may contain graphic descriptions of sexual abuse and assault, including rape. These accounts can be triggering, especially for those who have also experienced trauma of a sexual nature. If, at any point during this podcast, you feel yourself getting triggered, we suggest taking a break and taking care of yourself before continuing. But we do ask that you continue. These conversations are so important to have.

    “I won’t stop screaming my truth.”

    “I won’t stop screaming my truth.”

    

Erin recounts the night she was sexually assaulted at her band’s album release show and the myriad of issues that occurred once she went public with the incident. We discuss the severity and reality of the role social media plays in today’s society from spreading information and news to harassing and belittling people through comments and messages.

    Watch this episode on YouTube:
    https://tinyurl.com/enoughpodcastyoutube

    If you have been on the receiving end of harm from someone: be it artist, venue owner, audience member, or someone else and would like to share your story on a future episode, please reach out to us at: thisisenoughpodcast@gmail.com

    Visit our website:
    https://www.thisisenoughpodcast.com

    Follow us on Instagram:
    https://www.instagram.com/enough.podcast

    enough. is a feature on Bad Copy:
    https://thebadcopy.com

    • 52 min
    "Lead with love."

    "Lead with love."

    Christin shares her experiences growing up in and around Hip Hop Culture in the Twin Cities. She discusses her history of abuse, its recurring nature in her life, and the efforts she has made over the years to break the cycles. She also shares her thoughts about restorative justice and what she, and so many people, hope to see from an artist who is accused of abuse.

    Watch this episode on YouTube:
    https://tinyurl.com/enoughpodcastyoutube
    If you have been on the receiving end of harm from someone: be it artist, venue owner, audience member, or someone else and would like to share your story on a future episode, please reach out to us at:
    thisisenoughpodcast@gmail.com
    Visit our website:https://www.thisisenoughpodcast.com

    Follow us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/enough.podcast

    enough. is a feature on Bad Copy:https://thebadcopy.com

    • 1 hr 14 min
    “I used to be a piece of shit.”

    “I used to be a piece of shit.”

    When people in positions of power use that power to manipulate or abuse others, how do we heal the harm that they've committed?

    We discuss how society views sexual abuse, explore various approaches to justice, and define accountability, while dispelling the myth that healing harm equates to cancel culture.

    Many of us were drawn to the independent music scene out of a desire to be part of a progressive, inclusive, anti-sexist, anti-homophobic, anti-racist, and anti-violent community. It's time for all of us to #speakupforourscene in order to preserve those values.

    Watch this episode on YouTube:
    https://tinyurl.com/enoughpodcastyoutube

    If you have been on the receiving end of harm from someone: be it artist, venue owner, audience member, or someone else and would like to share your story on a future episode, please reach out to us at:
    thisisenoughpodcast@gmail.com

    Visit our website:https://www.thisisenoughpodcast.com

    Follow us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/enough.podcast

    enough. is a feature on Bad Copy:https://thebadcopy.com

    • 12 min
    "So it finally happened, huh?"

    "So it finally happened, huh?"

    When Colorado-native Savvi moved to Laramie, WY for school, she knew this would be a big change in her life. What she didn’t know was that she would come to befriend, be groomed by, and then assaulted by the singer of a local band.

    Savvi shares her story, how this man’s actions left a permanent mark on her mentally and physically, and her thoughts on whether it’s possible to separate the art from the artist.

    Watch this interview on YouTube:https://tinyurl.com/enoughpodcastyoutube

    If you have been on the receiving end of harm from someone: be it artist, venue owner, audience member, or someone else and would like to share your story on a future episode, please reach out to us at: thisisenoughpodcast@gmail.com

    Visit our website:https://www.thisisenoughpodcast.com

    Follow us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/enough.podcast

    enough. is a feature on Bad Copy:https://thebadcopy.com

    • 48 min
    This is Enough

    This is Enough

    Sexual harassment and abuse have always existed in the music industry. While many seem to know this, too few of them grasp how expansive the problem has become.

    Many people we know in the punk scene have expressed that they “had no idea”, they “can’t keep up with the accusations”, or they “want to know how to be better”, but don’t know where to start. There are no more excuses

    This podcast is a place for survivors of abuse to share their truths and to expose listeners to the patterns of abuse and how the self-involved actions of others can change the course of another person’s life.

    If you have been on the receiving end of harm from someone: be it artist, venue owner, audience member, or someone else and would like to share your story on a future episode, please reach out to us at thisisenoughpodcast@gmail.com

    Visit our website:
    
https://www.thisisenoughpodcast.com

    Follow us on Instagram:
    
https://www.instagram.com/enough.podcast

    Watch this episode on YouTube:
    
https://tinyurl.com/enoughpodcastyoutube

    • 7 min

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

Ababy158 ,

Safe Space & Real Discussions

I absolutely love this podcast! It’s real, it’s vulnerable, and it’s the ugly truth. While many don’t want to hear the topics discussed, it’s important that they do and this is a great safe space to do so. Thank you for your writing, your work, and your dedication towards making a positive impact, the world needs more people like y’all and more survivors strong enough to share their truth.

Youfd ,

Thank you

Thank you for intentionally making space for survivors and healing. This conversation is critically important for us to be able to transform the communities in which we live & play to being ones that prioritize presence & well being. Nothing is more punk than taking down the patriarchy ✌️

alisonrose. ,

Thank you!!

I adore you both for taking this stance and being vocal about the importance of listening.
It’s not an easy or palatable subject, but it’s so important. 💜

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