[Editor's note: with the recent firestorm of #metoo and now, #timesup, we feel honored to reprint this op-ed article by one of our Los Angeles friends, originally published in the L.A. Times on December 14, 2017. Thank you, Anna Graham Hunter, for your brave voice!] A friend called me recently, anxious. Like many men, he was scared he might get caught in the net of sexual harassment accusations. "Anyone with a grudge could make up a story about me and get me fired," he said.