Recent news stories about sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, stalking, violations of dating policies, violations of campus pornography policies, and similar violations in academia are NOT A FLUKE (Suggested Twitter hashtag: #SHnotafluke).I thought it might help to compile publicized sexual harassment and related stories in academia – there’s a whole bunch of other stories in industry, technology, media, and beyond.Within a couple of days, more than 600 same-sex marriage licenses were issued in King County alone.Previously, in 1998, the state had enacted a Defense of Marriage Act that restricted marriage to different-sex couples, reinforcing its statutes that had been interpreted by a state court in 1974 as imposing the same restriction.Once the conditions are satisfied, a judge will clear the defendant of the charges and dismiss the case.
passed a bill that would define marriage as the union of a man and a woman and deny legal recognition to same-sex marriages established elsewhere.
The conduct can still be considered unlawful harassment if it singles you out because of your gender.
If the conduct you describe is severe and pervasive enough to create a hostile work environment for you, then it would be against the law.
How many more complaints were quietly hidden by universities?
How many more were never reported because, let’s be honest here, what’s the point if the crimes are barely punished and people are hired elsewhere anyway?