So, I wrote this. It was painful to write and to live through. "How to lose your job from sexual harassment in 33 easy steps," by
WOW. This is a #MeToo piece for the ages.
Sometimes justice takes a long time. I published this on 3/9/18. In its wake, dozens of others called me with similar stories and worse. On 6/4/18, two FBI agents showed up at my door. Today, Ken Kurson is being charged with cyberstalking. #metoo
This piece eloquently captures, on top of so much else, how often harassment manifests not as a single event, but as a pattern of behavior—one that destabilizes and disrupts lives both in the instant and over time
How to lose your job from sexual harassment in 33 easy steps, by
This from is a difficult and important read
How to lose your job from sexual harassment in 33 easy steps, by
This is a great look at the all too common ways sexual harassment derails women’s careers.
How to lose your job from sexual harassment in 33 easy steps, by
How to lose your job from sexual harassment in 33 easy steps, by
#MeToo: It’s about the right to earn a living—at a fair dats pay.
Ken Kurson has a history of mistreating women. The day I quit was the day I stumbled upon this story in by . Needless to say, I was quite shaken.
Succinct, wry, searing. Classic ! How to lose your job from sexual harassment in 33 easy steps
How to lose your job from sexual #harassment in 33 easy steps, by [as many of these stories as I have read and reported on myself, this one is pretty close to the hardest of all to read] #MeToo