What I’ve learned covering sexual misconduct this year

“Harassers prey upon the fact that typically women working a low-wage job will be seen as very replaceable,” Emily Martin, vice president for workplace justice at the National Women’s Law Center, told Lockhart. “If you have no financial cushion, if you need every bit of your paycheck to make ends meet, you are even more vulnerable to the threat of retaliation, to the fear of losing your job.”