Male-on-Male Sexual Harassment Rises

RedTracker| Between 1992 and 2008, the percentage of sexual-harassment charges filed by men with the EEOC doubled from 8 percent to 16 percent. There are isolated cases of women sexually harassing men, but the trend is male-on-male.

“While some people may think sexual harassment of male employees is a joke, the issue is real,” says David Grinberg, spokesperson for the EEOC. “We are seeing more of it, and such conduct has serious legal consequences for employers.” via Newsweek