Melinda Tankard Reist founded Collective Shout ten years ago, a grassroots campaigns movement for a world free of sexploitation in all its forms. She’s an author, speaker, media commentator, blogger and advocate for women and girls.
Melinda is best known for her work addressing sexualization, objectification, harms of pornography, sexual exploitation, trafficking, and violence against women.
Constant abuse and sometimes even death threats have become common occurrences for Melinda Tankard Reist. Those reactions only serve to highlight the seriousness of the topics that she raises in our society.
I was honoured to have her join me on my podcast, Bleeding Daylight. You can hear our discussion by looking for Bleeding Daylight wherever you find podcasts, or listen using the media player below.
The issues raised are very important and so I urge you to share this episode with others.
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Many of us face difficulties, but how do you hold out hope when life continues to push you back down, leaving you broken?
Shea Watson has seen some of the worst that life can bring. From times of brokenness and not being able to see any hope at all, he’s now able to offer lasting hope to others, a hope that transcends it all.
“This is a message that heals people, and that healing … I can’t even describe the healing but I know that it’s there and I know that it’s real and it hasn’t gone away.” – Shea Watson
Jean Bailey Robor is an international writer, speaker, comic, professional communicator, and so much more.
Her book, ‘She Has a Big But: Get Past Your Excuses and Realize Your Dreams’ tells the stories of women who’ve overcome obstacles and excuses on their way to success. She is also a successful fitness coach for over 50s.
Cristabelle Braden is a courageous young woman who continually defies the odds. She had a severe brain injury that could have cost her her life. Doctors didn’t expect her to even make it through high school. Her story of continually overcoming setbacks is inspiring.
She is an award-winning singer, songwriter, speaker, author, and host of the podcast Declaration Life.
Cristabelle has been invited to speak to members of Congress in the U.S. about brain injury.
I had the honour of speaking with her for this week’s episode of my podcast, Bleeding Daylight.
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