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Right now is the tipping point. We are watching history happen. More and more women are coming forward and saying, Enough is enough.feedback
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Nov 17 2017
The latest quote from Gretchen Carlson is: “This is my last TED.”. It comes from the The TED talks empire has been grappling with sexual harassment, interviews and internal emails show article. You’ll find on this page 15 articles with Gretchen Carlson quoted on topics such as Century and workplace. Gretchen Carlson has been quoted 36 times in 15 articles.
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Oct 26 2017 - Trump Presidency

Those stories [of women accusing Trump] went away pretty quickly. What's changed in our culture, which is amazing because cultural shifts take a long time to change, in just 15 months, [is] all the women who are coming forward now, their stories are still in the news. That is amazing that we're not discounting them anymore.feedback

Oct 26 2017 - Women

Thank God more women are being fierce and have found the courage and bravery from within and are unafraid to come forward and say, Me too. And they're saying they're not going to put up with this crap anymore. And if I had anything to do with that, I am eternally grateful. If I gave the courage to one person to come forward and be fierce, then my job is done.feedback

Oct 23 2017

I can't talk about that. I can't talk about specifics about my time at Fox.feedback

Oct 23 2017

Nobody pays $32m for false allegations - nobody.feedback

Oct 18 2017 - Immigration

I think that that was a teachable moment for millions of parents across the country. And that's what I did. I showed that video [to my kids]. And I said, This is not how you treat a human being.' And I don't care what political policies you agree with: taxes, immigration. Who cares? Sexual harassment is apolitical. When somebody harasses you, they don't ask you what political party you're in before they do it, and this is why we should all care. And this is why human decency supersedes any political policy.feedback

Oct 18 2017

We need men like you in this fight. I have a whole chapter – you're included – 'Men Who Defend,' we need men to help us with this mission.feedback

Oct 17 2017 - Sexual harassment

I never ever expected to be the face of sexual harassment.feedback

Oct 17 2017 - Sexual harassment

There's no way in hell she can try and come forward. So many times – well, almost all times – society does not find out how prevalent sexual harassment is in the workplace.feedback

Oct 17 2017

We really aren't helping push society forward because nobody's hearing about these cases.feedback

Oct 16 2017 - Sexual harassment

We must educate teenagers – boys and girls – about sexual harassment. We must really celebrate men who speak out as well.feedback

Oct 16 2017 - Sexual harassment

The bad news is that sexual harassment is back in the headlines, with tales of another powerful man preying on women, insulated by enablers and victims too ashamed to come forward. The good news is that sexual harassment is back in the headlines, precisely because women are finding the courage to tell their stories, and the strength to demand this sick behavior stop.feedback

Oct 16 2017

I have been blown away by the courage I've seen as women demand to be heard in their fight for respect. Against unbelievable consequences – shame, retaliation and even derailing their careers – women are refusing to remain quiet. Increasingly, men are, too. It's especially important that younger men are on the forefront of this shift, because they can effect long-term culture change. Remember, guys: Silence equals assent.feedback

Oct 16 2017 - Sexual harassment

I know first-hand what can await. We are stigmatized as trouble-makers, liars, bitches, and can have our careers taken away in an instant simply by standing up for ourselves. That explains why even today, most sexual harassment incidents are never made public.feedback

Oct 16 2017 - Trump Presidency

From Bill Clinton to Donald Trump to Harvey Weinstein, misogyny transcends party and ideology. It is hard-baked into our culture, and cultivated by the silence of women and men alike. Nor is it some relic of the Mad Men era, or something we just see in locker rooms. It is widespread in virtually every profession and every walk of life. But through the courage of those now coming forward, we have an opportunity to transform the very culture that has allowed for such widespread workplace harassment. We are at a turning point.feedback

Oct 16 2017

These are not easy actions. But silence is the weapon of the harasser. It's not just silence of the victim, but also those who simply shrug off harassment as 'locker-room talk' or 'boys will be boys.feedback

Oct 12 2017

I'm hopeful that the Weinstein story will represent the start of a sea change in our society's treatment of sexually harassed workers.feedback

Oct 10 2017

I've heard from so many women who are already on board. I hope that we can get thousands more to decide they're not going to be intimidated, they're not going to be put down anymore. And they're going to stand up and be the women that they were always meant to be.feedback

Oct 10 2017

I started hearing from thousands of women all across the country who were sharing their stories with me. I was printing them all off in my home office upstairs.feedback

Oct 10 2017 - Women

In general, when women are sexually harassed, it's almost as if all of your self-esteem and confidence drips away slowly. It drains down from your body. You can be the strongest woman in the entire world, but you feel so alone.feedback

Apr 19 2017

I thought I would be fighting this all by myself.feedback

Apr 19 2017 - Sexual harassment

It's so unbelievable that in 2017, almost every single woman has a story about sexual harassment.feedback

Apr 06 2017 - Women

In 2017, every damn woman still has a story and we have to change that.feedback

Apr 06 2017

We're fooling our culture to think we've come so far.feedback

Sep 06 2016

I am gratified that 21st Century Fox took decisive action after I filed my Complaint. I'm ready to move on to the next chapter of my life in which I will redouble my efforts to empower women in the workplace. I want to thank all the brave women who came forward to tell their own stories and the many people across the country who embraced and supported me in their #StandWithGretchen. All women deserve a dignified and respectful workplace in which talent, hard work and loyalty are recognized, revered and rewarded.feedback

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