Sexual Harassment Hysteria Misses Real PointIn response to a seeming increase in sexual harassment lawsuits, the writer ponders the possibility that the threshold for classifying an act as "sexual harassment" has been pushed too low. She argues that, while people who claim to be sexually harassed believe they are subject to harassment, this may not actually be the case. She maintains that the legal definition of sexual harassment must draw a line that excludes mistakes or acts not intended as harassment, such as friendly physical contact or contact between teachers and students.
|Date Added||June 9, 2016|
|Date Modifed||July 20, 2016|
|Collection||Cavalier Daily: articles about sexual violence|
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