The Kool-Aid Generations

Trouble at the Koolaid Point

The real problem — as my first harasser described — was that others were beginning to pay attention to me. He wrote as if mere exposure to my work was harming his world.

But here’s the key: it turned out he wasn’t outraged about my work. His rage was because, in his mind, my work didn’t deserve the attention. Spoiler alert: “deserve” and “attention” are at the heart.

It might not be up for long.

And it’s a long read.

But should be read.

Do it now.


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4 responses to “The Kool-Aid Generations

  1. Ric Day

    There are way too many male jerks out there.

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