It’s never okay to misrepresent people to suit your narrative

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Back profile of a woman standing in front of mountain landscape. Both hands are in the air as if she’s letting things go.
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There’s an unspoken rule of etiquette on Medium: You don’t write about other members. You don’t drag writers and editors through the mud. You maintain a level of professionalism and respect.

So, when a writer opted to misquote me in a story about smart-shaming, I was taken aback. Sure, I could shrug it off, let her have her time in the limelight. …

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