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Peeling Back the Curtain on Prison Rape

     The WYATT O’BRIAN EVANS Show–on the progressive PapichuloRADIO.com—makes its Triumphant Return Sunday, August 16 @ 9 PM ET/6 PM PT!  I’ll be tackling a very serious issue:  the sexual assault of incarcerated LGBTQ individuals—or prison rape.   

     According to the human rights organization Just Detention International, “Sexual abuse behind bars is a systemic, nationwide human rights crisis.   It is estimated that roughly 200,000 people were sexually abused in a single year.   About half of the prisoners reporting abuse were victimized by staff—the very people whose job it is to keep them safe.  People who are LGBTQ face staggering levels of sexual assault in detention; LGBTQ prisoners were abused by other inmates at a rate more than ten times higher than straight prisoners.  On average, each prisoner rape survivor is assaulted three to five times a year.” 

     So on Sunday’s The WYATT O’BRIAN EVANS Show, I’ll conduct a candid and eye-opening conversation about this pressing issue.  And, my very special guest is a survivor of sexual assault in prison.

     He’s the Rev. Jason M. Lydon, the Founding Director of Black and Pink, an organization that supports LGBTQ individuals in prison.  Rev. Lydon’s personal story will inform and inspire us.  This is installment of The WYATT O’BRIAN EVANS Show is one you simply cannot afford to miss!    


Fierce, Fascinating and Fearless TALK—with Feeling!

Angelique Allen

Reboot Yourself for Success!

Angelique P. Allen—popular radio show host (“The Angelique Allen Show,” “People Talk With Angelique”), certified life coach and author—has just released an absolute gem of a self-help tome, which is direct and concise. Entitled “How to Handle Pain-in-the A$$ People,” it delivers easy to understand, common sense and practical advice as to how to make both your personal and professional lives success stories.

The basic premise of “How to Handle Pain-in-the A$$ People” is that your entire life is a business–and it is imperative that you manage and conduct it as such. According to Allen, “In the same way the products and services you purchase at a store have value, so should you.”

The author continues, “Your value isn’t only estimated in dollars, such as how much you get paid on your job. It’s about your usefulness and sense of importance to yourself and others.” She details those certain types of individuals who can sabotage you if you let them, and how you can change your own behaviors to obtain the success—and peace of mind—that you crave.

Allen drives home her points in an entertaining, but impactful way. Her style is refreshing and no-holds-barred. And think about it: if you really want to turn your life around, you want no-holds-barred counsel.

The author serves up some important “A-Ha” moments. While reading “How to Handle Pain-in-the A$$ People,” you might say, “Whoa. That’s so true! I should’ve known that. Maybe I really did; but for some reason, I chose to put blinders on!”

How to Handle Pain-in-the A$$ People” is such a necessary read. As Allen states, “…it’s time to start managing your affairs. I call this process The Personal Reboot.”

How to Handle Pain-in-the A$$ People “definitely can give you that reboot.

For more information, visit: www.angeliqueallen.com.