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A woman in her 60s said she'd endured harassment for more than half her life. She replied, "I think you brought it on yourself by asking them to stop.
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.
(He was also the father of one of my college friends, so you can imagine how ashamed I was).
That was my biggest disappointment—surrounded by highly educated academics, I expected to finally be safe.As WIRED prepared these emails for publication, men in the office expressed shock at how many women experienced repeated incidents of harassment, and how many of those incidents started when the women were teen-agers—victimized by middle-aged aggressors.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 was raised in San Francisco, and worked at a Jewish summer camp where God was referred to by the female pronoun," he said.