Despite recent attention to sexual harassment in the workplace, male victims continue be marginalized and often unheard. Philip Hadlock has this Perspective. We are often encouraged to believe that recent anti-sexual harassment movements are contributing to a new world order that empowers victims to take control of their situation. That may be the case for many, but not me. I was systematically harassed by a supervisor at my first job after graduate school. Unlike more familiar scenarios, my aggressor was female. Because our culture allows boys and young men to identify either as defenders of victims or as potential aggressors but not as victims themselves, I had not been equipped to defend myself. There was only an abject yet disquieting emptiness where there should have been indignation and revolt. When I finally found the strength to process my situation, emerge from my silence, and speak out, my protests were received with derision and contempt. Many purported to find my objections nonsensical.
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What Is Sexual Harassment?
Two young men began working as Assistant Managers at a New Jersey grocery store in Both males filed job discrimination complaints with the EEOC after they stopped working at the store. The first male claims that a female Assistant Manager made unwelcome sexual comments to him shortly after he started working at the store.
QuidPro Quo Harassment
When you think of sexual harassment , you may immediately think of male workers harassing or propositioning female coworkers. However, as many men can tell you, men can also face workplace sexually harassment. In fact, statistics indicate that almost one in five complaints about workplace sexual harassment to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC come from men. The number of men coming forward is only increasing with movements such as TimesUp and MeToo, as the number of men reported harassment at work has increased from seven percent to 18 percent during the past year. Prominent examples include the many allegations against actor Kevin Spacey, and those raised by actor and former NFL star Terry Crews against an agent.
For most people, when they think of sexual harassment in the workplace, their mind immediately jumps to an image of a woman being harassed or propositioned by a male coworker, supervisor or boss. While most cases of workplace sexual harassment do involve female victims, a growing number of cases of both men and women harassing male employees have emerged. Examples of sexual harassment might be as straightforward as unwelcome touching, being pressured to go on romantic dates, or being called an offensive sexual nickname. It can also include less obvious behavior, like making derogatory or offensive remarks about others, posting sexually explicit pictures or regular conversation of a sexual nature. While the vast majority of sexual harassment cases filed with the EEOC are filed by women, an increasing number of men are filing their own claims.