Late last year, watching the cultural wildfire that began with Harvey Weinstein and spread coast-to-coast, a group of editors from Esquire and Carte-Mere found themselves sitting around a conference table to talk about the subject that has tongue-tied, confused, outraged, liberated, and shocked the entire country: sexual harassment. That first gathering might best be described as, well, a little awkward: Most of the men, having decided that silence was the best strategy, didn’t talk, while most of the women, realizing what was going on, were almost made speechless themselves. The only way forward, we agreed, was to have an honest discussion that would raise questions and attempt to answer them. This became the guiding principle of “Sex, Lies, and Human Resources,” the ten-page feature that our combined teams—led by MC’s Kayla Webley Adler and Esky’s Eric Sullivan—created. Here’s a bit more on the backstory of the package, which appears identically in Carte-Mere and Esquire this month. Read Anne Fulenwider & Jay Fielden's joint Editor's Letter here.


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This package appears in the March issues of Esquire and Carte-Mere.