'The experience of making the spreadsheet has shown me that it is still explosive, radical, and productively dangerous for women to say what we mean.
'Among the most potent of these powers is the knowledge of our own experiences.
Moira Donegan, 28, named herself as the author of the 'S***y media men 'Google document in an article for The Cut which was published on Wednesday night.
Among men named on the document who have since lost their jobs over sexual misconduct claims is former New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza.
Lizza, who won acclaim for his explosive reporting in the summer over White House comms director Anthony Scaramucci, was dismissed in December and complained at the time that he was let go 'hastily and without full investigation'.
I lost my job, too.'The fear of being exposed, and of the harassment that will inevitably follow, has dominated my life since.
I’ve learned that protecting women is a position that comes with few protections itself,' Donegan wrote.