Vanbytheriver asks a question.
There is a form of collective PTSD that has emerged from the Twitter campaign started by actress Alyssa Milano, #Me Too.
Millions of women and many men have responded. It is not just about Hollywood’s casting couch culture.
My Facebook feed has blown up with the two word admission by friends, family, internet acquaintances.
It has stirred up a lot of unresolved pain, memories long buried but not forgotten.
It is not something we were comfortable talking about, not decades past, not today.
But if we are being honest, in some form, we have all experienced this.
Many are still not ready to admit it, few are willing to deal with the consequences.
For me, it happened in the most conservative of work environments, a community of professionals, an office of engineers and architects. Harassment led to rejection, loss of opportunity, work transfers. I moved on, but never…
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