Why Brazen? Who gets heard? Who gets a voice?
For months we discussed the lack of diversity, the overwhelming share of voice held by white men and we wondered how we could improve the quality of stories told, fix the blatant inequality and help women take the stage.
Fair, Fat, Female, Fertile, Forties
It took Greg, the very relaxed doctor in Wellington ED, about 15 minutes to diagnose my chronic pain as ...
Once a mother always a mother
As women we face so many hurdles in our careers. The greatest impact is often taking time out to have children and ...
Here at Brazen, we make podcasts so women can tell their story in a safe space. We produce a written transcript ...
The gender pay gap: a tale as old as time
I was 26 years old when I discovered I was paid a whopping $15,000 per year less than my male colleagues. Faced with this fact I innocently assumed there had been a mistake made rather than what turned out to be pure bias and gender discrimination.
The other side of International Women’s Day
My co-founder Lou wrote a piece earlier this week on why International Women's Day (IWD)? Lou asked on social media what women in her circles thought about the relevance of IWD. She got a lot of answers - with resoundingly sensible logic - that the day wasn’t what it should be.
The downlow on International Women’s Day
A glance of social media posts today, on Sunday 8th March – International Women’s Day, gave a mixed reaction.
Michèle A’Court: The thing that got me through was other women
In a companion piece to her podcast episode, Michele A'Court writes about all the things she wished she'd said.