More men are complaining of sexual harassment, EEOC says

03/5/2010 | MSNBC

In the past decade, claims by men to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of sexual harassment have doubled. Experts say men hesitate to complain of harassment -- by men and women -- because they fear they'll be seen as unmanly. "This has a different twist because everyone expects that they would be able to handle it and take care of it themselves," an EEOC lawyer says.

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