Can apps move the #MeToo movement forward?

“You try to go out to get a new job, and the new employer says, ‘Well, why did you leave that firm?’ and you can’t tell them. So now they look at you, and they say, ‘Well, there must be something wrong with this person. Why they can’t tell us anything about why they left their last place of employment?’ So these women never get hired ever again”.

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