Article | UNIVERSAL | When we’re sexually harassed, our bodies and brains can react in ways we don’t expect—and sometimes we end up regretting our response, or judging ourselves for it. In this article, we’ll describe some of the ways people commonly react to sexual harassment, why we react that way, and what can help if you are feeling the effects of trauma.
Article | Here’s a list of research papers and articles we used in making this site. If you have a paper you want to tell us about, please email it to [email protected]. Thank you! “Why Didn’t She Just Report Him? The Psychological and Legal Implications of Women’s Responses to Sexual Harassment” (1995, Journal of Social Issues) is ...
#MeToo Story | Jasmine is a full-time student at the University of Alberta. She works part time as a sales associate at an antique store. She asked to be anonymous.
Article | UNIVERSAL | In this article, we describe how the experience of being harassed tends to affect people’s mental health. The choices you can make about how to handle harassment—like staying at work, quitting your job, and/or reporting what happened to someone in a position of authority—all have mental health implications, and we’ll describe those as well. We’ll also give you signs to look out for, to figure out if your mental health is suffering and when to seek help.
Article | UNIVERSAL | You’re considering hiring a lawyer. In this article we’ll explain how to find and choose a lawyer, what lawyers can and cannot do for you, how they normally structure their fees, and what you can do to keep costs as low as possible.
Article | UNIVERSAL | Maybe you’re considering taking legal action against the harasser or your employer. If so, you’re in the right place. In this article, we’ll explain the pros and cons of taking legal action, the most common grounds on which people do it, and what to expect if you choose to go ahead.
Article | UNIVERSAL | When people get sexually harassed, they're often unsure about whether to report it to their employer. In this article, we'll describe what’s <em>supposed</em> to happen when people report sexual harassment, as well as what tends to <em>actually</em> happen. And, we'll describe how to assess whether your employer is likely to handle your report well.
Blog | hey everyone! I’m excited to share highlights—and some great photographs!—from the event that Aftermetoo held on March 8 in Toronto to mark the launch of the new site. It was a total festival of ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ celebrating all of the many, many people and organizations who contributed to the development of this important new site for ...
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Article | UNIVERSAL | Sexual harassment can be really tough on your mental health and well-being. In this article, we’ll share some strategies you might find helpful.
Article | QC | If you're reading this, you're probably considering filing a claim with the Occupational Health and Safety division of the CNESST (Labour Standards, Pay Equity and Workplace Health and Safety Board) because you want to be compensated for harms you suffered due to harassment. This guide explains how to file a CNESST claim related to sexual harassment, and the pros and cons of this process, so you can decide whether it's an avenue you want to pursue.
Article | NT | If you're reading this, you're probably considering filing a claim with the Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission because you want to be compensated for harms you suffered due to harassment. This guide explains how to file a WSCC claim related to sexual harassment, and the pros and cons of this process, so you can decide whether it's an avenue you want to pursue.