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.”
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