21 year old Cher trying to take her own headshots πŸ˜‚ Cher is taking selfies in a bathroom
Rarely seen cleavage in that one πŸ˜‚
and yes, I took this in the bathroom 😭😭😭😭😭
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22 Jul
This is certainly LONG overdue.

I would be hard-pressed to find someone that wasn't witness to sex in the game lounges, coke in the bathrooms during a cube crawl, or a woman who wasn't sexually harassed at least once.

I am so proud of these women.

Blizzard has claimed that the DFEH report is false/misleading/irresponsible.

I can tell you that I knew what was going to be in this report before I read it because during my time there - for only a YEAR - I witnessed ALL OF THESE THINGS.

On the phone with old coworkers crying in validation
Read 5 tweets
15 Jul
I am absolutely irate that this remote policy is now affecting people with disabilities who have already disclosed their disability and previously been given accommodation to work remotely.

What kind of a message does that send to your disabled workforce?
This is why I loudly advocate about these things on Twitter, and why I've spoken to the press on the two occasions I have.

People don't know who to tell about these things, and in the past, they've just quietly gone on suffering, or found another job that accommodates them.
It is so important to have the space to talk about workplace issues, especially ones of this magnitude.

This is egregious, & I absolutely will not back down.

Disclosure of a disability is about protecting YOU, not your employer. It's all need-to-know.

Read 17 tweets
14 Jul
Twitter claimed they verified 6 bot accounts by mistake on the same day.

The problem is clearly much bigger than that. Accounts with fake IMDB profiles, fictional characters, fan accounts test accounts, and more are among what you'll find if you look through all of them. Test account that is verifiedrandom user that is verifiedHarley Quinn fan account that is verifiedtesting account that is verified
People with a couple of soundcloud tracks, follow-for-follow accounts with large audiences, people with purchased followers/subscribers, and more
There seems to be something particularly odd about how some gaming accounts are being verified. They don't have liquipedia profiles with proof they are actively competing in esports, and they don't have large audiences as content creators, either.
Read 24 tweets
13 Jul
Some days I can't believe where I am.

10 years ago I was walking down the side of the road with nothing but pocket change; toddler on my hip, gas can in my hand, barely awake from the night shift at Krispy Kreme, about to be evicted...

Today I'm merging my own PRs at Apple.
Just for posterity for people looking at my LinkedIn profile: Yes, I started at @USATODAY in November of 2011. I was hired on November 15th. That year I was freelancing, and because of the economic malaise, many businesses didn't pay and went out of business themselves.
@USATODAY I was also working 3 minimum wage jobs - one at a food pantry, and the other two in fast food. My rent was $1200 a month and I was not making it. Every month was a scrape... and I was even on food stamps at the time. Struggle is definitely the right word.
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7 Jun
Disability advocacy is very important to me. I hid my bipolar disorder for 10 years because I didn't know I was protected by the ADA. When I was deep in depressive episodes, I lied.

I will absolutely not stand for call-outs by people calling this advocacy "pandering".
Tech has always had a loud, apparent struggle with accepting that accessibility is a requirement, not a nice-to-have; that if an application doesn't work for a disabled person, it doesn't work.

This has made the culture around disability disclosure more and more intimidating.
Educate your organization's leadership about the ADA. They should know what information they are allowed to collect, and how their communication can be marginalizing and callous, creating an unwelcome and even toxic environment for disabled employees.
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