I just saw an article from Slate that included a link to this story.
In the article, a story viewer named “Anonymous” shows up as a user.
That user tells the story about how she was sexually harassed by a coworker.
The story user’s story is published in the Slate article, and then the article reader, who is named “PJ,” shows up.
He or she says that she was harassed by the coworker because of her gender, but that she’s been fired for the same reason that she has been.
He says that he’s been harassed by his boss for years, and that he doesn’t know who the boss is.
And he says that when he was harassed, the boss called his boss and asked for a meeting.
That meeting never happened.
He then says that the person who harassed him didn’t say anything to him, but then he heard something else.
He hears someone say that he had done something to the employee’s skirt or a shirt that was being pulled over his face.
He also heard someone say something to him that said, “I’m not the one who should be doing this, but I am.”
The story reader then shows up to the Slate story and says that, in response to what she heard, he did something to her skirt.
He said that he was fired, and the story viewer tells the Slate writer that he has been fired, too.
And the Slate piece ends with the story reader saying that he “wants the truth.”