Harassed Or Hazed?

Why the Supreme Court ruled that men can sue men for sex harassment

Little more than a decade ago, the Supreme Court had said nothing yet about sexual harassment, and a court stuffed with Ronald Reagan's and George Bush's appointees might have been expected to maintain the silence. But since 1986, the court has ruled three times on the issue, and every time, feminists have rejoiced. Last week that happy chorus was joined by men and women alike who feel harassers and their victims aren't always members of the opposite sex.

In a unanimous decision written by one of the most conservative Justices, Antonin Scalia, the court said men who sexually harass other men...

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