..well, some people are currently goin' IN on a member of the family for speaking her truth about sexual harassment.
that family member is fire.
the same fire who's name is still listed as a mod for this board. the same fire that has been here since the beginning, going toe-to-toe with the best of us, the worst of us, and everything in between.
here's the clip of her interview on the view (*make sure you peep the comments section as well):
1. "i've been where she is" In response to Reply # 0
well, i wasn't harassed by someone as powerful as O'Reilly but i've been sexually harassed in the workplace. and i know how awful it makes one feel. and how lonely it can be. and how small it makes one feel. and how powerless it makes one feel. and how 'crazy' it can make one feel (as in 'am i making this up? does anyone else SEE/HEAR this shit??'). i know how easy it is to do and say nothing hoping it'll just end. so i applaud her tremendously for having the courage to take on someone as powerful as O'Reilly.
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5. "OKP wouldn't have been the same, vibrant place without fire" In response to Reply # 0
She's as much as part of the DNA of this place as ?uest and Angieee and some of the early A-list posters here.
It's unfortunate that she is being harassed by folks that don't know her or weren't there to witness her experiences with O'Reiley. What he did is unjustifiable and thankfully Fox bent to common decency and let him go.
But like you said, we all here support fire and are grateful that she's found a measure of justice despite going through an extremely harrowing and traumatizing experience.