Moving past brogramming

Looking back, it’s clear how uninviting and offensive that language is to many people, not just women. It’s not something we’re proud of. We are sorry about the message that was conveyed then. We don’t support or condone sexism at Klout, and our culture today has matured from what it was then.

This is now

We’ve come a long way since that spring. Today, we are over 65 Kloutlaws, 20 percent of whom are women…

Kudos to Klout for owning the problem, accepting responsibility and moving on.

But…”Kloutlaws?” Really?