It’s been 133 days since Harvey Weinstein was outed as a serial abuser and harasser of women. Nearly every day since that story broke, more men in more professions have been accused of, admitted to, or denied shocking acts of aggression, exploitation, harassment, and prejudice toward women in the workplace.No company is immune — including VICE. It has affected our workplace too.Here and everywhere, people are doing what they always do to make sense of things: talking. To capture the kinds of conversations happening in America’s workplaces, we gathered lawyers, actors, technologists, construction workers, and hospitality workers, and asked them about the new reality of #MeToo: Women, Men, and Work.Will Silicon Valley have its own #MeToo reckoning? Sometimes referred to as “Brotopia”, the Silicon Valley is rooted in a male-dominated culture, with a stark gender pay gap, and a long history of harassment and discrimination against women. VICE News sat down with Silicon Valley veterans to find out how the the movement is playing out for men and women in tech.