How about a new title:
The Insidious Power of the Not Quite Harassed to Destroy Other People’s Lives?
Making the Tough Decision to Transform Relatively Innocuous Behavior Into Traumatizing Harassment
I see nothing ethical in this anonymous and cowardly diatribe of defamation. What I see is a former or current employee of Uber doing her carpe diem to get payback on her employer. Or else this is really Susan Fowler or one of her associates spewing more in order to bolster a future case and seed more conflict.
I’ve worked in a lot of organizations going back to the 80’s and I’ve encountered various types of churls and asses, some unwanted advances, and I must say, a number of women who would make the worst witch in Oz look good, but never have I heard of or experienced an environment as pervasively anti-female and juvenile as you picture Uber to be. There…