Jordan Gleason is the founder of a brewery, but even so, there's a good chance you're gonna want to buy him a beer.
That's because Gleason, who owns Black Acre Brewing Company in Indianapolis, didn't just boot a horrible customer for repeatedly harassing female employees at the brewery's taproom he also penned an extensive Facebook post in which he demands respect for women and rails against the "insidious disease" of sexism women often face while working in the service industry. As of Tuesday afternoon, the post has been shared more than 20,000 times and has racked up dozens of overwhelmingly supportive comments.
"I've been snapped at, mocked, threatened, and insulted about not having a real job," he said. "Anybody in this line of work gets used to a degree of it and develops a thicker skin. Here's the thing though, women in this field get infinitely more disgustingly treated. The sheer number of times they get groped, or harassed, or treated like objects would blow your mind."