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30 percent of women have experienced sexual harassment at work. These are their stories.

The Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment controversy has prompted several women to open up about their own workplace stories. (Photo: Getty Images)

On Thursday, the New York Times published a report in which Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is accused of decades of sexual harassment. “Dozens” of current and former employees of both Miramax and the Weinstein Co. were interviewed, and the piece even revealed that he’s reached “at least eight settlements with women” over the years regarding his inappropriate behavior.

In response to the article, many people have taken to social media to share their own similar stories of workplace harassment, with Anne T. Donahue kick-starting a thread that prompted countless stories.

“When did you meet YOUR Harvey Weinstein? I’ll go first: I was a 17-year-old co-op student and he insisted on massaging my shoulders as I typed,” the journalist tweeted. “He was my boss at a radio station and liked [sic] to me things like why ‘girls my age’ liked giving blow jobs and not having sex. A GREAT TIME.”

More than 2,000 social media users have responded.

According to a recent survey conducted by YouGov, 30 percent of women say they have experienced sexual harassment at work.

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