Even though the economists disagree on the existence of danger pay, they both conclude that the risk of or experience of harassment leads some women to take jobs that pay them less than what they might otherwise make. The counterintuitive idea that women make may more for being harassed suggests that walking away comes with a price. As more and more women have stepped forward to call out abuse by powerful men, the big question is no longer “does this really happen?” After hundreds of stories and dozens of investigations, the answer is clear: “absolutely.” Now, it’s time to tackle another question: What is sexual harassment doing to us, and what does it mean? It’s time to talk about the complex question of harassment and pay.