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ChatGPT’s Fairytale View Of Workplace Sexual Harassment

I decided to give ChatGPT a try. I asked: “write a fictional short story about a sexual harassment victim getting justice.” Sorry ChatGPT---only in a perfect world is an HR Department this responsible (but, to ChatGPT’s credit, I did ask for fiction). Or, maybe, its only the employees who work at companies with bad HR department who come to us? Anyway, here’s the story:

Once upon a time, there was a young woman named Sarah who worked at a big corporation. Despite her hard work and dedication, she was constantly subjected to sexual harassment by her male boss. He would make inappropriate comments and gestures towards her, leaving her feeling uncomfortable and violated.

Sarah tried to ignore the harassment and hoped it would eventually stop, but it only got worse. She was afraid to speak up as she feared losing her job and being labeled as a troublemaker. However, one day, she could no longer take it and mustered up the courage to report her boss to the HR department.

The HR department took her complaint seriously and launched an investigation. Sarah was terrified of retaliation and the thought of facing her harasser, but she knew she had to stand up for herself and fight for justice. With the support of her friends and family, she gave a detailed testimony and provided evidence of the harassment.

After a thorough investigation, the company found her boss guilty of sexual harassment and he was fired. Sarah was relieved and grateful for the support she received. She realized that speaking up about her experiences was not only empowering, but also helped prevent others from going through the same thing.

Sarah's story spread quickly, and she became an inspiration to many others who had suffered in silence. Her bravery encouraged them to speak out and fight for their rights, and many found the justice they deserved. Sarah went on to become an advocate for victims of sexual harassment and worked tirelessly to raise awareness and promote change in the workplace.

In the end, Sarah learned that speaking up about her experiences was the best decision she could have made. It not only gave her a sense of closure, but it also helped to create a safer and more equitable workplace for others.