As much as I don't want to talk about it anymore, I feel like the more of the stuff like this that gets posted, the more it gets accepted as "truth" that women are somehow under attack by "the boys club".
I hope it isn't. I see the conversations on-line today, and they appear to be two completely polarized extremes hurling bilious invective at each other and threatening (and even acting against) each other in ways that are totally unacceptable in discourse. I am a guy, and in my shop, there happen to be three men and three women working together. As far as I have ever seen, nobody has ever been harassed, sexually or otherwise. If anyone ever is, I'd like to think that all the stuff we hear from HR means something, and the problem could be resolved through those channels. I support people's rights to not be harassed at work.
In fact, in my time here, the only person I've ever had any friction with is another guy, and he was a moron, and he doesn't work here anymore. And he had the same friction with other men and with women. But it wasn't harassment. And it never descended to the level of what I've seen on the Internet. These two sides have just descended into the deepest muckhole they can find and are unswervingly dedicated to hurling as much filth at each other as they can.
So I don't think people should harass others at work, but I also think that some people sometimes need to grow a little thicker skin. I've had interactions with people in professional settings in which I've felt personally insulted by something they said or did. But when that happens, I don't fly off the handle and try to get the other person fired. Not every slight needs to be elevated to the level of existential crisis. Sometimes, you just have to grit your teeth and get the job done, even when the person you're working with is distasteful.