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Justin from the Generation Why podcast collects personal stories from listeners about topics most consider taboo or shameful. Listeners reveal some of their darkest most cringe worthy moments in life to educate, entertain or to simply release into the world. Every episode will have a new topic or theme where nothing is considered taboo.

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Justin from the Generation Why podcast collects personal stories from listeners about topics most consider taboo or shameful. Listeners reveal some of their darkest most cringe worthy moments in life to educate, entertain or to simply release into the world. Every episode will have a new topic or theme where nothing is considered taboo.

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    85: Travis Myers NYC Detective and Author

    85: Travis Myers NYC Detective and Author

    On today’s episode I speak with Travis Myers who is a retired NYC Detective who has some incredible stories. It was such a casual conversation that we actually forgot to talk about his books! I’ve provided links below.
    Travis talks about his frustrations and accomplishments as a police detective, his time in the military and what it was like during 911 living in NYC.
    Amazon Link to our first book Sister Margaret, I don’t think you need more books than that?
    Sister Margaret: A Tommy Keane Novel: Myers, Travis J, Marsiguerra, Natasha K: 9781734337006: Amazon.com: Books
    Bully Press link: Home | Bully Press
    Bully Press Instagram: BULLY PRESS (@bullypress) • Instagram photos and videos
    Tommy Keane Fan Page: Tommy Keane Fan Page (@official_tommy_keane_fanpage) • Instagram photos and videos


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    • 1 hr 31 min
    84: Secrets of a Sugar Daddy

    84: Secrets of a Sugar Daddy

    Today I speak with Marcus who hosts the podcast Secrets of a Sugar Daddy.
    Marcus is very honest and unapologetic about his sugar dating lifestyle. He is extremely knowledgeable and shares his personal expirences with sugar dating and advice on navigating the lifestyle.
    Find his Podcast here.


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    • 1 hr 4 min
    83: Bullying

    83: Bullying

    Welcome back to the peripheral, I missed last month so I owe you all an episode that I should be putting out in the next couple of weeks. I had made an instagram story saying I'm planning on having some big names and influencers on the peripheral this year. For this episode I speak with Aaron who was bullied from elementary school well into high school. Aaron wouldn't be able to focus on his studies and his grades would suffer. His parents transferred him to a private catholic school in hopes of helping his falling grades but things would only get worse. I also share details about how I avoided being bullied by having a friend group where we stood up for one another.
    You might recognize Aaron from another podcast you know and love.


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    • 45 min
    83: Shades of Gray

    83: Shades of Gray

    Most people know I mostly steer clear of politics. I refrain from ever giving my opinion about any current events or political candidates on this podcast or generation why. I figure people are listening to this content as a When it comes to political theater of today, it’s changed a lot over my lifetime. It’s become far more polarized even to the point where conspiracy theories have become commonplace and absurd ideas are now thrown out as fact.
    Whether you’re the president or a gamer kid online, your words matter. Not everything is black and white, every event doesn’t have an agenda, sometimes there are shades of gray.
    On today’s episode I speak with Bella where politics and conspiracy become the root cause of the story.


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    • 55 min
    82: The World According to Holden

    82: The World According to Holden

    Welcome back to the peripheral and happy new year. We all have our new year's resolutions. What is a resolution? It's something you want to change about your life, yourself, something you want to do differently. Maybe it's seeing the world in a better light. It's doing something for yourself, setting a boundary, exercising, eating better, or stopping a bad habit.

    But all of those things are a transition. All of those things are a conscious decision that you want to make to be more true to yourself. On today's episode, I speak with Holden a trans man who knew they were in the wrong body from a young age.

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    • 1 hr 48 min
    81: Grieving as a Mother

    81: Grieving as a Mother

    The holidays are typically about family, togetherness and celebration. On today’s episode I speak with Kim who went through one of the worst tragedies a parent could go through. I want encourage anyone who is spending the holidays alone to reach out, make a phone call, accept that invite and know that you are loved and there are others who can relate to what you’ve been through.

    Amber Morrow's life was filled with a dream to teach and uplift children. To honor her memory and keep her aspirations alive, the Amber Morrow Memorial Scholarship was established. This annual scholarship supports a high school senior who shares Amber's passion for helping children and is pursuing a related college major.

    Your contribution to this scholarship is more than a donation; it's a way to continue Amber's legacy of nurturing young minds. If Amber's story touches your heart and you wish to support this cause, you can send your contribution to the address below. Every donation helps keep Amber's spirit and dreams alive in future generations.

    Amber Morrow Memorial Scholarship
    Community Foundation of Randolph County
    120 W Washington St, Winchester, IN 47394

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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
741 Ratings

741 Ratings

Kkaoddjs1 ,

Interesting and provocative

Justin is such a kind, thoughtful, and intelligent host. There’s no way I would organically meet and have deep conversations with most of his guests, but he connects us, and I learn something from everyone. He makes my shortlist for favorite podcasters, and I’m grateful he’s who he is and does what he does. Thank you, Justin!
Nolite te Bastardes Carborundorum!

Truecrime Christie ,

Incredible People

It was very sad and hard to hear about Aaron being bullied for being a kid that was not the same as them. Thank you both for sharing this because it’s an important message.

Dittyknitty ,

Not even

Aaron. Stop. You were not bullied to the point that you had negative effects. You are a host of 2 podcasts. If you were bullied you wouldn’t be able to function. You just want attention

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