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Neuroscience Explains Women’s Reaction to Sexual Harassment

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Sexual harassment happens at work. Some of it is overt and obvious (“If you don’t sleep with me, you won’t get a raise.”), and some is subtle and harder to identify (depending on the tone and relationship between the two people in question, “You look nice today” could be a compliment or harassment.)

As a woman, I’m prone to imagine how I’d react to an inappropriate comment from a boss, client, or coworker. And I hope I’d shut it down instantly and leave the perpetrator shaking in his (most likely) boots.

Real responses to sexual harassment

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