Having been a member of this site for a while, I understand and appreciate the difficulty involved in determining whether a question is on-topic. That being said, this question appears to have been closed for a reason that's not valid:
The "real questions have answers" close reason instructs posters to explain what they would do to make a situation better. While the question comes off as a rant, it seems inarguable that the poster did explain what she would like to do to improve the situation - for her, at least. I suspect that the question was closed because people disagreed with what she wanted to do, not with the fact that she didn't provide it.
I believe that questions like this are valuable. To me it seems a bad idea to close questions because the poster proposes the wrong solution - we fail to educate people on the topic, but also lose the ability to change their way of thinking about professionalism and workplace relationships at a more fundamental level. For these reasons I'm voting to reopen.
My two cents. I would appreciate other opinions as well.