The #MeToo Movement has been the beginning of a sea change for women, exposing the double standard between women and men in the workplace oftentimes resulting in abuse toward women. I was moved to tears by the walkout of 20,000 Google employees after the New York Times published…
I thought deeply about this think piece and it really made me think, or so I thought. The thought-provoking points about thoughts had me thinking about my own anti-confirmation bias ratios and the pre-thoughts contained therein. All in all, I thought long and hard and wide and my concluding thoughts on the matter are now unequivocally and irrevocably thunk.
I made the number of claps exactly 100 in the hope that the author will admire my precision and realise that I have been thinking about the think piece more than other random readers, and have gained more social credit as a result.
I leave a comment because I want the author to know that I exist. I express wild enthusiasm for something in the think-piece that bolsters my pre-existing feeling that I am smart. The author is smart too. We should be friends. The author will never acknowledge my comment.