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Recorded on January 12th, 2024

In this supplementary episode of brAVe [space], Britt provides a comprehensive analysis of a marketing image someone recently encountered at a trade show and posted on X (Twitter). The intricacies surrounding the image exceeded the confines of a standard social media post, prompting the creation of this dedicated episode in response.

For those interested in viewing the original image, it is available on higheredav.com, where this podcast episode has been published.

Within this episode, Britt scrutinizes the reasons why this specific marketing material is inappropriate for a trade show setting. She also unpacks comments on the post, addressing prevalent arguments commonly associated with issues impacting women. Please note she does not mention individuals or handles, as brAVe [space] values privacy!

The purpose of this brAVe [space] episode is to systematically unravel and clarify the reasons behind the discomfort and inappropriateness associated with such images on a trade show floor. It is not intended to provoke a confrontational stance but rather seeks to foster understanding and personal growth. Acknowledging that we are all on a continuous journey of learning, this episode serves as an invitation to understand a woman's perspective more comprehensively.

Content Warning: This episode touches upon sensitive topics, including body image issues and sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised.

Connect with Britt Yenser
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/britt-yenser/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/brAVe_britt_
Recorded on January 12th, 2024 In this supplementary episode of brAVe [space], Britt provides a comprehensive analysis of a marketing image someone recently encountered at a trade show and posted on X (Twitter). The intricacies surrounding the image exceeded the confines of a standard social media post, prompting the creation of this dedicated episode in response. For those interested in viewing the original image, it is available on higheredav.com, where this podcast episode has been published. Within this episode, Britt scrutinizes the reasons why this specific marketing material is inappropriate for a trade show setting. She also unpacks comments on the post, addressing prevalent arguments commonly associated with issues impacting women. Please note she does not mention individuals or handles, as brAVe [space] values privacy! The purpose of this brAVe [space] episode is to systematically unravel and clarify the reasons behind the discomfort and inappropriateness associated with such images on a trade show floor. It is not intended to provoke a confrontational stance but rather seeks to foster understanding and personal growth. Acknowledging that we are all on a continuous journey of learning, this episode serves as an invitation to understand a woman's perspective more comprehensively. Content Warning: This episode touches upon sensitive topics, including body image issues and sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised. Connect with Britt Yenser LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/britt-yenser/ Twitter : https://www.twitter.com/brAVe_britt_ leer más leer menos

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