Female Lawmakers in Maryland Compare Their Work Environment to that of a Fraternity House

It was mid-February when a 38-page report came out written by lawmakers, lobbyists, and staff members working in Maryland’s General Assembly that detailed graphic incidents of sexual harassment. There was a section in the report titled, “Silenced Voices” in which staff members provided their recounts of the times they were groped, ogled, and even singled […]

By |March 6th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Arkansas Lawmakers are Beginning to Attend Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

 

You might be happy to know that 99 current members of the Arkansas House attended or are planning to attend a voluntary sexual harassment prevention training course . The training comes after numerous sexual misconduct cases have been brought to light in all industries from states all over the country. Hopefully, the training […]

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Mississippi Housing Authority Employee Demoted After Turning Down Employer’s Sexual Advances

Sexual harassment lawsuits and complaints are being filed left and right in various states naming lawmakers, legislators, actors and actresses as the culprit in the alleged act. Now, an employee who works for the Mississippi Regional Housing Authority VIII has decided to file a federal sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuit that accuses executive director Jessie […]

By |March 2nd, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Georgia Courts are Being Recognized for Throwing More Sexual Harassment Cases Out Than Any Other State

Victims of sexual harassment have always been encouraged to come forward with their complaints so that the person who committed the alleged act can be recognized for their wrongdoing. For years, many were fearful to do so but the #metoo movement has emboldened women and men to both speak out on their accounts to make […]

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World-Renowned Flutist Accused by Multiple Students for Engaging in Acts of Sexual Misconduct

A former flute professor at the University of Cincinnati has been engaging in acts of sexual misconduct and it appears he wasn’t exactly concerned with being caught. For over two decades, Bradley Garner has displayed some rather inappropriate behavior while working for various schools and students and even staff are finally speaking up about it. […]

By |March 1st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Louisiana Secretary of State Urged to Resign After Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Was Filed

Louisiana’s Governor is asking that the Secretary of State step down from his position and here’s why.

 

Louisiana’s Secretary of State, Tom Schedler, has not only been accused of sexually harassing a woman he works with but is also a named defendant in a lawsuit that was filed last week. According to WDSU, Schedler made unwanted […]

By |March 1st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Hollywood Star-Maker Who Managed Halle Berry Accused of Sexually Harassing Nine Women

 

A Hollywood star-maker has recently announced that he plans to close his talent agency after nine women of color accused him of sexual harassment. Vincent Cirrincione, 70, who helped shape actresses such as Halle Berry and Taraji P. Henson into becoming two of the most talented women in Hollywood, issued a statement saying that he […]

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UCF Professor Admits to Sexually Harassing Student Yet He Was Still Permitted to Work

 

A University of Central Florida professor is being placed under the spotlight after a student has come forward claiming he sexually harassed her. But, unlike most cases that involve an educator who behaves inappropriately toward a student, this professor was still permitted to work. Jenny Totcky, who is the woman who has spoken out, believes […]

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Pennsylvania Lawmaker Accused of Sexual and Physical Assault

After several cases of sexual harassment came out involving major Hollywood TV stars, producers, and others who hold positions of power, while Hollywood may have taken a break from the spotlight, the field of politics certainly hasn’t. Not only are several senators being forced to resign in various starts across the county, but now a […]

By |February 28th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Tips Indiana Business Owners Can Use to Help Address Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

 

Are you a business owner who is looking for ways to address sexual harassment in your workplace? If so, News and Tribune have identified a few tactics that might actually be useful to you. The fact is, you probably aren’t the only employer who is concerned with the growing issue of sexual harassment and you […]

By |February 28th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments