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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Shedding Light on the “Black Box of Inappropriateness” | Breadcrumbs by Cheryl Yeoh

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From Creepy Comments to Sexual Assault   I’m shaking as I write this, not quite knowing where to start. As I’m sure Susan Fowler and Niniane, Susan & Leiti probably did, I’ve struggled long and hard over whether to come out with my own account of sexual harassment. After Sarah’s story in the NYT was published, I was…
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@WendySLea: Shedding Light on the “Black Box of Inappropriateness” http://bit.ly/2tDbkJg; via @cherylyeoh
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@joehas: Tech industry celebrates maverick behavior, but @cherylyeoh‘s story shows how culture can rationalize sexual assault http://bit.ly/2tDbkJg;
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@randfish: Thank you @cherylyeoh for writing this: http://bit.ly/2tDbkJg; So f#$%ing unfair that women entrepreneurs have to… http://twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
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@cindygallop: 20 min ago @imkialikethecar wrote another female founder accusing McClure. http://bit.ly/2ske2Q4;

Here it is: http://bit.ly/2tDbkJg;

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@cindygallop: Tech industry celebrates maverick behavior, but @cherylyeoh‘s story shows how culture can rationalize sexual assault http://bit.ly/2tDbkJg;
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