Maybe it’s too early to ask, but I’ll put it out there anyway: Are women more or less likely to report harassment or bullying in the workplace in the aftermath of the Brett Kavanaugh hearing?

My totally unscientific poll indicates that women are split. On one hand, there’s the “Hell, yeah, you betcha I’m gonna report the rat!” reaction. But there’s also this: “Where’s the upside? Just look at Christine Blasey Ford. She got nothing but grief for speaking out, and now the president is making fun of her.”

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