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What the research says about workplace sexual harassment

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 ...

How to make sense of what happened to you: Understanding the trauma of sexual harassment

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.

In the army, sexual harassment was totally common. Here’s what happened to me

#MeToo Story | Annalise Schamuhn is an executive coach and leadership consultant. She served as an officer in the Canadian army from 1997 to 2010 but left the military because “it wasn’t a safe place for me to serve anymore.” In 2013, she was assaulted in her home by a fellow soldier, Major Jonathan Hamilton. Senior military leaders gave Hamilton character references before his sentencing hearing, actions that were widely condemned when they were made public. In 2017, he was found guilty of sexual assault but was only sentenced to probation.