Sexual harassment at work is a serious issue, especially when the EEOC estimates that about 80% of people who experience sexual harassment, men or women, don’t report it. Individuals usually don’t report such conduct because of fear of retaliation, as well as not being sure what the definition of sexual harassment is. With so many cases going unreported, it is hard to see the full picture of this issue, however, it should be taken seriously regardless of the gender of the victim or the perpetrator.
With the recent rise of sexual allegations, one user shared his own encounter with the sexual harassment his coworker experienced at work. While many people supported the coworker and his story, a lot of commenters were against his expressed sentiment that sexual harassment against males is taken less seriously. We reached out to the original poster for further comment. Scroll down to read the full story and tells us where you stand in the comment section.
One user shared a sexual harassment story he witnessed at work
Many supported him and the victim of sexual harassment
However, a lot of people were against his sentiment that “sexual harassment against men isn’t as big as a concern”