Proud Stutter show

Proud Stutter

Summary: A podcast about changing how we understand and talk about stuttering, one conversation at a time.

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 Real Talk with Mom: Stuttering Acceptance vs. Fluency | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1722

Real Talk with Mom: Stuttering Acceptance vs. Fluency

 Dating with a Stutter | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1370

Cynthia asks Maya about what it was like to date with a stutter. Maya’s perspective may surprise you. Hint: Filtering system.

 Stuttering, The Coming Out Story | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1349

After hiding a part of herself for most of her life, Maya reveals things about her stutter she has never told anyone, not even her family. She became an expert at avoiding certain words and passing as fluent, all in the effort to assimilate, fit into societal norms, and succumb to ableist expectations. How did Maya get from doing everything she could to hide her stutter to now embracing it? What happened when Maya started disclosing her stutter for the first time? Find out in the first episode of Proud Stutter with hosts Maya Chupkov and Cynthia Chin. Maya is a proud person who stutters and Cynthia does not have a stutter. Join the journey to changing the conversation about stuttering so it is better understood by society and lifts more stuttering voices. LINKS: For resources on stuttering, visit National Stuttering Association at Email: If you would like to support this podcast, then I would love a cup of coffee: Website:

 Introducing Proud Stutter! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 77

Proud Stutter is a podcast series about shifting the narrative around stuttering. Host Maya Chupkov, a woman who stutters, discusses her experience with Cynthia who does not have a stutter. The goal of the podcast is to bring justice to those who stutter and are constantly misunderstood by society, to raise awareness that stuttering is just a different way of speaking, where the very idea of “normal” speech is undone. This podcast is for everyone because whether you know it or not, you’re connected to someone who has a stutter.


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