I thought for one to be harassed, there had to be at least an implied threat that one might suffer actual job-related loss if one did not provide actual sexual favors? Perhaps that's just in the US, but if one is going to count exposure to unwelcome sexual banter as "harassment" then I guess we have pretty much reached the point where the word is meaningless. Another victory for word-expanding feminists, I guess.Most men are sexually harassed by women at work - but are afraid to complain to their employer, say researchers.Four out of five male workers had experienced such harassment from a female colleague, according to a study for employment law firm Peninsula...
David Price of Peninsula said: 'The balance has shifted and it is now women who are aiming sexual banter at male workers.
But the funniest thing about the article is the note that most employers take a complaint of sexual harassment coming from a man less seriously than one coming from a woman. So do I, especially if such a complaint is, "She's telling dirty jokes and making me uncomfortable." Go and tell your mommy, you wuss.
Is it sexual harassment to tell a eunuch he needs to grow a pair?