The sex discrimination commissioner Kate Jenkins talks about the cost of making a complaint and how the cases keep coming despite the strength of discrimination laws

In her job as sex discrimination commissioner, Kate Jenkins often hears middle-aged, successful women describing the sexual harassment they endured through their careers.

“Not always, but older women do describe what they tolerated to get where they are,” she says. “I don’t think they intend their message to be ‘put up with it’ [to succeed], but sometimes I think that is what the message is.

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