Unshaming highlights the silenced voices of society through storytelling. It's founded on the belief that shame exists because representation doesn’t. You'll hear the stories of people who have hidden themselves — now loudly visible. You should listen if you are fascinated by the perseverance of the human spirit. New episodes every other Monday. #StayUnshaming with us at Instagram.com/unshaming and UnshamingPodcast.com. Tell us what you're unshaming at email@example.com!
TRAILER — Shame of Murder
Unshaming is back with new episodes every other Monday. This is the trailer for the latest episode “Shame of Murder” coming next Monday, March 1, 2021. Quan Huynh was in prison for 22 years for the murder of another man. His story is about hope and...
Shame of Physical Disability
Barb Zablotney was crowned Miss Wheelchair Pennsylvania in 2018. After a tragic car accident in 2007 that left her paralyzed from the waste down, she became a fierce advocate for women with disabilities. Although 61 million Americans live with a...
Shame of Failure
What exactly is failure and why are we so afraid to admit that we've experienced it? Even harder to admit, is that we're currently experiencing some kind of failure. But can our failures teach us something about who we are and what we need? In this...
Shame of Borderline Personality Disorder
This episode contains frank discussion about mental and sexual trauma. The Brain and Behavior Research institute estimates that up to 1/20 Americans have Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). If a person experiences 5/9 BPD symptoms, they can be...
Shame of Growing Up Low Income
34 million Americans are low-income according to the US Census Bureau. What’s life like for them? In this episode, Xiomara Contreras shares her memories of growing up on food stamps and living in a home where she shared a twin bed. When she became a...
Shame of Sex Work (The Life of a Dominatrix)
This episode contains explicit language about sex and sex work. Host Jor Gonsalves interviews New York City Dominatrix Godess Talia. In what she describes as a career, she defines what a dominatrix is and discusses her business model, her clientele, and...
Customer ReviewsSee All
This podcast is a great idea, but all the noise and music needs to chill. Music is way too loud and over powers the guest. Especially with the Dom. Kinda annoying.
Hosts boring, lame topics
I love this pod, it helps bring awareness to so many things that are stigmatized. It honestly has been helping me unshame my own insecurities. The episode about the Dominatrix really opened my eyes to the difficulties and stigma surrounding sex work. Each episode is amazing and I love what Jor is doing. There is so much shame and stigma in this world. For someone to finally pull out the stigma and publicly recognize it in a kind and genuine way is amazing. Thank you, Jor, and I wish you luck in all the episodes to come!