New Amazon Employee Has Bunch Of Cartoons About Harassment And Discrimination


By Aubrey McRobotface

JEFFERSON CITY, MO—According to sources, a new Amazon employee at the company’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., has a huge array of Cartoons about the company’s harassment and discrimination against women. “All you’ve got to do is scroll down to the bottom of the page, where it says the company is working hard to make sure the harassment complaints are taken seriously,” said the employee, whose donut-shaped cartoon about the company’s treatment of female employees was titled “For now,” and which features a cartoon of a woman being harassed at her desk by three other female employees. “They’re saying I’m making good money, but I’m also getting to watch the cartoon about how they’re all demeaning and inappropriate. It’s a great job.” At press time, the employee had reportedly sent his supervisor a message saying that he found the cartoons insulting and degrading to his female coworkers and that he was looking forward to working with his new colleagues.

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