I was only in high school at the time, so it took me awhile, but I finally reported it and he was fired.
I’ve been following the US presidential campaign from Bogota, Colombia and I was outraged by the video of Donald Trump saying his position of power allows him to do anything he pleases to a woman.
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Those experiences include the time I was locked in a superior’s office so he could ask me to go out with him.
(He was also the father of one of my college friends, so you can imagine how ashamed I was).
Going back further, there’s the professor who got drunk at a school party and bit me on the shoulder.
Like with most other women you'll hear from, I’ve had so many moments like these that I’m sure I’ve forgotten many.
One young woman was surprised by the number of stories written by men who'd been harassed by men or women.
And one young writer was dismayed by the pervasiveness of it all.
I won't ask them to stop being guys."These things happened to lawyers and construction workers, waitresses and doctors, people in tech and people in HR.
What Trump has helped make stark and clear is that beyond the rampant harassment of women online, this quiet and pretty damn widespread thing has been happening IRL for a very long time."He would stand in the doorway, so there was no way for me to get past him without physical contact no matter how I tried or asked him to move."As we wrote in our call for stories, borrowing from the Silicon Valley ethos of letting information be free, WIRED believes shining a light on a festering topic like this can go a long way toward ensuring that the future for women is an optimistic one. "I think this is one of the greatest uses of the internet.
Somewhere close to half of all voters will cast a ballot for the nation’s first female president.