This is a very interesting thread. Generally, I'm in agreement with CuriousButterfly and others who expressed a similar sentiment about the word "brazen."
Brazen to me is more of a "catch all" phrase where the BOE can use it with impunity as to where they see fit. It can cover sexual issues to something where someone is "too boldor shameless" in their thoughts/actions. Personally this will cause huge problems because this will give the BOE more supposed "power".
Instead of “Causing Divisions,” if I were to be disfellowshipped today for my past “apostate” conduct, I bet “brazen conduct” would be the reason because according to the definition of the word “brazen,” and other words associated with “brazen” (see below), that one word could just about fit any conduct that was not approved by our “clever” and "loving" Service Department "brothers." The word “loose” conduct conveyed the thought that one lacked moral restraint, but “brazen” has a far broader meaning and soon will probably be the catch-all reason for disfellowshipping. And “brazen" conduct sounds so much more menacing and alarming.
Internet dictionary: shameless or impudent: brazen presumption.
Webster’s Dictionary—Marked by contemptuous boldness
BOLD: Dictionary—2 : IMPUDENT, PRESUMPTUOUS
Webster’s Thesaurus: Brazen—1 syn INSOLENT. 2, audacious, bold
2 syn SHAMELESS, arrant, barefaced, blatant, brassy, brazenfaced, impudent, overbold, unabashed, unblushing, brash
INSOLENT : Dictionary—Insultingly contemptuous in speech or conduct. 2. Exhibiting boldness or effrontery: IMPUDENT
IMPUDENT: Dictionary—1 Lacking modesty. 2 marked by contemptuous or cocky boldness or disregard of others.