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Unheard Of: Sex, Religion and Politics at the Dinner Table!

Welcome to the first Unheard Of! podcast!

Your host, Eman interviews ordinary people with unconventional lives over their favourite meal.

Eman talks taboo topics at the dinner table. An Atheist converts to Judaism, a transgender person, a former Jehovah's Witness, an asexual person to name a few. Giving unorthodox lives a platform in our heteronormative society.

On her first episode, Eman talks to Montreal comedienne Tranna Wintour. Tranna describes herself as “optimistic, spiritual, happy, raunchy, pop culture obsessed and fashion hungry".  Among her many accolades, she's been named one of Montreal's best comediennes for two years in a row.  Her recent show Trantasy played to packed houses at the Montreal Fringe Festival in 2015.

She also does a great interview. Enjoy!



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