According to reports from EEOC, around 80% of people who experience s*xual harassment, women or men, don’t report it. S*xual harassment at work, however, is a very serious issue, but a lot of individuals choose not to report such conduct because of fear about losing their job, and not being sure what the definition of s*xual harassment is.
It’s really hard to see the full picture of this issue, especially with so many cases going unreported, but note that it should be taken seriously regardless of the gender of the victim.
One social media user decided to share his own encounter with the s*xual harassment his coworker experienced at work, and even though a lot of people supported the coworker and his story, there were also lots of comments against his expressed sentiment that s*xual harassment against males is often taken less seriously. Check out the full story below, and tell us your opinion on this matter in the comments!
A lot of people supported him and the victim of s*xual harassment at work.
However, many others were against his sentiment: