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Sexual Harassment Training Now Includes Sexual Orientation

The fall of various prominent men due to sexual harassment accusations is very much in the news. It is also clear that such harassment went on for years, even decades, and victims were too intimidated or frightened to report these crimes. Sexual harassment of state workers in Sacramento appears to exist at epic levels, according to news reports. The good news about this recent media coverage is that more people are feeling empowered to file sexual harassment claims against employers rather than keeping quiet about an intolerable situation. Not all victims of sexual harassment are women. The fact that one accused celebrity, actor Kevin Spacey, is a gay man alleged to have preyed upon young males may encourage gay or transsexual victims of sexual harassment to come forward.

Sexual Harassment Doesn't Belong At Work

Sexual harassment deserves no tolerance in the workplace, yet unfortunately it is something that is experienced far more than we as a culture are often willing to talk about. Recent allegations against Harvey Weinstein have brought the topic of sexual harassment into the open. The #MeToo campaign that dominated social media for much of the early half of October 2017 have directed even more conversation towards this concern, and there are many men and women alike who are left to wonder to what extent they ought to pursue allegations against their own harassers.

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