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The Boston Globe is a haven for sexual harassment. We know this for many reasons:
- They employ obituary editor Bryan Marquard, despite his 2005 arrest for masturbating outside of a woman’s apartment door.
- They reported that one of their male journalists had been pressured into resigning following allegations sexual misconduct. Their article referenced his resignation, but the Globe declined to name the reporter. They only admitted it was Jim O’Sullivan when other media outlets researched it and doxed him.
- Despite refusing to name Jim O’Sullivan, the Globe saw no hypocrisy in calling out ESPN’s John Buccigross for sexual harassment, due to flirtatious and consensual text messages between him and a woman he was dating. His crime? :
On October 28, 2016, Ms. Lawrence posted a photo of herself on Instagram. Buccigross, who did not follow Ms. Lawrence on Instagram, “liked” the photograph, indicating that he was still stalking her online.
I’m sure there’s PLENTY more from this establishment that is owned and operate by white men, yet likes to act as the white knight for women and minorities. Ya know, by changing the name of Yawkey Way, and interviewing “Monique” who thinks that nurses don’t help her at Mass General.
Hilary Sargent is a former Globe employee who has turned into an outspoken whistle blower about her experiences with sexual harassment at this bro-fest of a newspaper. And last night on Twitter she had enough, releasing text messages that Globe Editor Brian McGrory sent her, in which he asks her what she’s wearing while she’s working on an article….
Oh look, a scumbag pervert using his position to ask questions of a sexual nature to a subordinate. What’s that called again? Oh yea, sexual harassment.
What do you wear when you write? Why would he EVER need to know the answer to that question? You can see from her response that she’s clearly not flirting with him. It just comes out of left field.
“Hey do you got that article?”
“I need more time.”
“Cool. What color are panties are you wearing?”
Perfectly normal thing to ask someone in a professional environment.
Why should women have to go along with shit like this? Would you EVER ask a guy what he’s wearing while writing columns? But women have to put up with perverts like this all the time because they have the power. If she said something to him she risked advancement at the Globe, or even losing her job. So she had no choice but to smile and pretend everything was OK.
Hilary has had enough and is unleashing on this creepoid…
Of course they won’t do anything because they’re the Globe. They are the newspaper of record for the greater Boston metropolitan area. They control the narrative, and they’ve clearly shown that they’re willing to criticize others for social injustices, but not themselves.
It’s just so enraging because they constantly go over Trump, and WEEI, and Turtleboy, and make it seem like they actually care about women and minorities. They honestly believe they have some sort of moral high ground, or journalistic integrity, even though they still have not fired serial plagiarist Kevin Cullen. These people are such frauds, and should be called out at every turn.