The Outspoken Offender Launches Podcast About Life On The Registry

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The Outspoken Offender Launches Podcast About Life On The Registry

The Outspoken Offender (“TOO”) has launched a podcast discussing the sex offender registry, social ostracism, housing, and employment rejection, and empathy.

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The Outspoken Offender has launched a new podcast discussing life on the sex offender registry. The short-form podcast is described as a positive show and looks to encourage ex-offenders and their families. The free podcast is an extension of TOO’s YouTube channel under the same name.

Being a former TV news and radio personality, the YouTube channel and podcast is a great fit to share my message. My main goal is to bring a better understanding of the sex offender registry to the public and how it affects lives.”

Can You Shed The Sex Offender Stigma? Podcast
Can You Shed The Sex Offender Stigma?

TOO also states that taking full responsibility and recognizing victim impact is important for ex-offenders in order to be a positive presence in society. In his episode, Can You Shed The Sex Offender Stigma?, TOO discusses the story of Justin Vargas, a teen basketball scout and registered sex offender in Phoenix, Arizona. Vargas, according to the episode, continues to receive push back from the community even though he’s proven himself to be a positive role-model.

The popular show can be heard on a variety of popular directories including Google, Apple, and Stitcher. TOO plans on at least a new podcast episode every week and encourages comments and suggestions.

For more information on The Outspoken Offender’s YouTube Channel and podcast, please visit: https://www.theoutspokenoffender.com

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