Hosted by Veronica Monet
Welcome to The Shame Free Zone where Veronica Monet invites you to shed the shackles of assumptions, the confusion of buried secrets and the frustration of the “don’t ask – don’t tell” mentality which permeates every facet of our culture. Veronica is on a mission to free you from sexual shame so you can celebrate your passion and your joy. Her holistic approach to sexuality might surprise you with the many topics which she weaves into sex – everything from parenting to prosperity. Come indulge in this celebration of diversity, honesty and spirituality – and find the answers to questions you didn’t even know you had.
Get ready for an uplifting podcast about living a shame-free life.
You will hear about my personal journey from cult survivor to college graduate to sober sex worker to relationship coach. And you will learn the specific steps I took to heal my sexual shame.
During this interview, I also share some history about the second iteration of COYOTE (Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics) in the early 90’s.
For me, healing sexual shame has a lot to do with rebirthing the Divine Feminine in my personal life and reclaiming my Sexual Sovereignty. Might that also be a way forward for you?
And here’s a question I answer about 20 minutes into the interview: What do castration and sexual shame have in common? Yes, I realize that is an odd question but I hope you get a kick out of my answer.
Of course I want to make sure you get something of value to your personal life while you are entertained, so be sure to listen to the 25 minute mark when I share specific steps to heal your shame.
Self-improvement and/or recovery doesn’t have to be a somber undertaking. On the other side of our tears lies our freedom and with that comes a level of joy many can’t even imagine.
Welcome to the Shame Free Zone! Here’s to your healing, your freedom and your joy.
Veronica Monet, ACS is the author of Sex Secrets of Escorts (Alpha Books 2005) and a Couples Consultant specializing in Anger Management and Sacred Sexuality. Monet has been a vocal and highly visible spokesperson for the sex worker rights movement since 1991 having appeared on every major network as well as CNN, FOX, CNBC, WE, A&E and international television programs. Veronica has been profiled in prestigious publications including The New York Times and she has lectured at a variety of academic venues including Kent State, Stanford and Yale Universities. Monet’s passion is honesty, especially as it applies to our emotions and she believes what the world needs more than anything is freedom from shame. Toward that end she invites you to join her in The Shame Free Zone.