71 episodes

All their lives Jordan and Brad, best friends in Toronto, were taught to feel shame about being gay. Then at 32 years old, after a few too many drinks, they had a new thought. Imagine if they were invincible to shame, not just about being gay, but in general. Join them as they spark a revolt against society’s norms. Guests include ex-boyfriends, gay men, and others plagued by messages of shame. Welcome to their unapologetic journey to zero f*cks.

Shame On You Jordan Power and Brad Price

    • Comedy
    • 4.4, 700 Ratings

All their lives Jordan and Brad, best friends in Toronto, were taught to feel shame about being gay. Then at 32 years old, after a few too many drinks, they had a new thought. Imagine if they were invincible to shame, not just about being gay, but in general. Join them as they spark a revolt against society’s norms. Guests include ex-boyfriends, gay men, and others plagued by messages of shame. Welcome to their unapologetic journey to zero f*cks.

    Live…from the flames

    Live…from the flames

    If it’s not the end of the world, it sure does feel like it. Brad is broadcasting from a hot car and Jordan is still on a farm. Jordan and Brad talk a new era after June 18th, jizz cupcakes, friends going to Italy, virtue signaling, chasing social clout, unintentionally eclipsing black voices. Plus, Jordan talks about the times in the past decade he thought people would rise up…and well, they didn’t.

    • 55 min
    A New Normal

    A New Normal

    The boys talk Jordan’s mushroom trip, a new normal for hospitality in the city, Jordan’s desire for sexual release, Step dads and edibles, People in the park and more. (More calls with listeners next week. Send us your numbers)

    • 52 min
    Whatever

    Whatever

    The boys are solo chatting about the internet devouring gay men as a sport, surprise onlyfans pages, Jordan as a bootcamp trainer, the new normal, lost years for young 20 somethings and more.

    • 50 min
    Batman

    Batman

    Brad spent a fortune on an LED face mask. Jordan is getting 1 star book reviews before anyone has even read the damn thing. Plus, Corona parties, protests, the woke vs. Dave Chapelle and calls calls calls to fans around the globe. The boys start with one to a fan named “Alec” chilling in China. Plus, Marky Mark is back and NOT having intercourse with Corey. Ok guys? And some more. (Oh and Markus Kage is alive. Just taking a break).  

    • 51 min
    Questions from a straight man

    Questions from a straight man

    Since touring and travel isn’t on the table for a very long time, Shame On You will be broadcasting from a new, custom, video and audio studio. We aim to start that sometime in July. The boys talk about that, porn fetishes, Britney burning down her gym, virtual reality porn, and more. THEN…This week’s guest is a straight man named Evan who is allowed to ask the boys anything he wants about what it’s like to be an abomination. (We pulled the interview from the archives for the masses).

    • 1 hr 50 min
    Gay Bird

    Gay Bird

    The boys are stoned and all over the place. They talk about Jordan’s afternoon mushroom adventure, Kim Jong Un, their oldest fan Greg, what the future might look like and more. THEN, they call some more podcast fans across North American, including a sexy cowboy in Wyoming and adult movie star Wes Myers. THEN, Jordan brings on his Mom and Step Dad to discuss what it’s been like living with him, hours before he leaves their home.

    • 1 hr 10 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
700 Ratings

700 Ratings

lilb1814 ,

Great job Jordan!

5 stars because it does keep me entertained I actually like Jordan being outspoken and his style of humor just gels with me. For a free podcast it’s great.

The only thing that makes it verge on unlistenable is the cohost. Especially during the intro convos. Jordan masterfully dances around the line of arrogance/confidence and self deprecation with his sense of humor, however Jordan’s cohost is just painfully, dreadfully arrogant and it’s a huge stink on the podcast. He does have a good, funny laugh tho. I just am sick of hearing his “everyone is an idiot but me” opinions.

I appreciate the free content and the interviews are/were great. Can’t help but offer just a little (constructive?) criticism after listening to every episode.

willdmeyer ,

Can’t get enough

Jordan and Brad are great and I see myself through both of them. I secretly want to pull off a duplicate of what they’re doing.

I connect with Jordan’s adventurous spirit and creative energy. Whereas with Brad, I strive to be the calm and reserved counterbalance.

I can’t go on a walk without listening to the podcast and I fear the day, which is soon to come, where I’ve run out of content to fill my walk.

Patreon supporter here who simply can’t get enough of it! 😎

StephLB15 ,

Favorite!!

Straight woman listener here and this is my favorite podcast. Jordan and Brad balance each other out perfectly and they manage to have new content every week.

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