Dating Coach Won’t Look at the Man in the #MeToo Mirror
Katz had written a blog post saying he felt lonely. I commented that the solution to his loneliness was within him. He disagreed. Next thing I knew, totally off-topic, he was telling his “9 million readers” that I used various email addresses to post comments on his blog.* I emailed him several times asking him to apologize for disclosing private information without my permission. He refused. So I tweeted and posted on Facebook about what he’d done — repeatedly. He ignored me.
“LaVora…You are still ‘Barbara’ in my comments section until you choose to become Alice.” -Evan Marc Katz
“LaVora, I did not publish your private information. That is a fabrication… I pointed out in the comment section of my blog that you posted under four different pseudonyms which is highly unusual…It doesn’t invade your privacy. You are still ‘Barbara’ in my comments section until you choose to become Alice… Please just stop slandering me with false accusations about outing you on my blog.”
Well, I was Barbara until Katz — the truth hurts, dude — outed me. More