People are not biting their tongues over things these days. While we are watching and waiting to see how America is going to change so there is social justice, one of our favorite black magazines is getting the business. In anonymous essay posted to the Medium, the author-listed only as Black Female Anonymous" talks about the unfair business practices and sexual misconduct, unfair pay and harassment at Essence. Oh, that's a lot to take in. In its 50th anniversary, the author of the letter mentions the publication mistreats its Black employees, but by the hands of black women. A part of the essay reads, gives details about how toxic the environment was before it mentions CEO Richelieu Dennis of only supporting Black women as a "surface-level commitment" but adds that his commitment is led by "greed and a debaucherous sexual appetite." The author also alleges that Dennis had a history of even sleeping with women on the Sundial staff. If the women didn't care for him, he would openly sexually harass them at company events. But that's not all because the essay claims that it was so toxic in the work place that there were wrongful layoffs and the forced resignation and silencing of Black female talent, and basically corporate bullying. This is an extreme shock to hear since the magazine is suppose to be a celebration of black women and black lives. Wow! Do you think Essence will respond to that essay?