There are two standards here when it comes to the various types of corporate and/or public wrongdoing.Good god. That was stomach-turning. Bravo to that brave lady. She's risking her career, no doubt about it, by stepping forward. Being a whistleblower makes you a pariah in the rotten halls of Hollywood, or in any bastion of power. How ironic that such "inclusive" people are hypocrites and liars in their actual dealings with people.
THIS. HAS. TO. STOP.
Public posturing isn't enough. Bear in mind that Robert Iger was WELL AWARE of this stuff but said and did nothing until it was exposed. Until there is a cleansing of the culture within Pixar, damned if I'll ever watch another Pixar film.
The question as to which one applies depends on the answer to this question:
Is what this individual did Iger Enabled?
If yes, you get a 'publicly announced mutually agreed timeout' followed by a 'publicly announced consulting transition' that's paired with a farewell statement...
If no, then you get what Roseanne and John Skipper got.