When Tracey and I sat down to record last week, we honestly never intended to turn an impromptu discussion about sexual harassment into an episode of the podcast.
But as we talked amongst ourselves about a few experiences we’d both recently had, we decided on a whim to start recording our conversation so that we could share it with all of you. Because sexual harassment is pervasive in our culture, and is something we need to be talking about more.
And although we recorded this episode before the #metoo hashtag began making its way around social media earlier this week, the issues we bring up throughout the course of this dialogue feel even more timely now.
As we mention in this discussion, we would love to hear from our listeners — both women and men — with any and all thoughts on these topics, including experiences you’ve had in your own lives. So if you have anything you’d like to contribute to this conversation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to keep your thoughts anonymous, unless you indicate otherwise.
Thanks, everyone. We hope you enjoy this conversation. Please consider sharing this episode with anyone in your life you think might find it useful and/or insightful. And, as always, please consider leaving us a review or 5-star rating in iTunes, if you feel so inclined. We would be ever so grateful.
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Piquing Our Curiosity:
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