I've pretty much given up on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez because it's obvious she's an idiot who mouths off kneejerk socialism while running away from substantive debate. Ever the victim, she's beset by sexism, racism, ageism, and people failing to understand her "dry humor."
Today she responded to a story where 60% of male managers indicated they're uncomfortable mentoring female employees because they might be #MeToo'd to death. In her glib fashion (or maybe it's sarcasm), AOC declares "Is it really that hard to not be creepy?" It certainly is when there's women like AOC around.
In 1992, American playwright David Mamet premiered a play called "Oleanna". In that play, a female student utterly ruins her professor's life in a series of escalating conflicts where false accusations stack up until he is overwhelmed. Mamet saw it coming 27 years ago.