Zara Cooper, the co-founder of 'barefoot shoe' company PaperKrane, discovered she was gay after nearly two decades of heterosexual marriage and an upbringing in a Jewish community. She describes overcoming the "you're being selfish" accusation.
In this episode, Rosie meets Zara Cooper, an entrepreneur from Melbourne who came out as gay after the birth of her third child, and finds out how she navigated coming out amidst family life, her Jewish community and as part of juggling a busy career.
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This podcast is hosted by Rosie Pentreath.
Rosie Pentreath is the founder and host of OUTcast Podcast. Rosie is a writer and content producer who’s written for Fearne Cotton's Happy Place App, Classic FM, MasterChef Australia, Gogglebox Australia, The X Factor Australia, BBC Music Magazine, Reader's Digest, Grazia, Cosmopolitan, Homes & Antiques and more.View episodes
Zara Cooper is the co-founder of Melbourne-based shoe company PaperKrane. She discovered she was gay after 20 years of heterosexual marriage and attending a strict Jewish school.View episodes
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