When a 22-year-old woman new to the workforce, entering a field dominated by men, found herself leered at by one of her managers, she didn't know where to go with her discomfort. She endured his tendency to sidle up to her (a little too close), and she sat quietly in meetings as he made no attempt to peel his eyes away from her chest. That young woman was me. This was not the only example of working in an environment where words, looks, and inappropriate touch -- by any standard -- left me less likely to participate fully or to express my ideas. Instead, I felt small and vulnerable … [Read More...]
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