New York, NY- An explosive new lawsuit filed by a male employee of a New York public relations firm alleges two of his female bosses repeatedly came on to him and solicited him for sex. And he was fired for reporting the “sex-crazed” women.

Joseph Jackson, 41, landed his job at Open Communications in Manhattan working as an account coordinator and writing press releases for the company’s clients. He worked closely with two women who were his superiors and said that for 7 months they subjected him to rampant harassment.

In the lawsuit, filed Monday, Jackson named his two female bosses, Sally O’Dowd and Katie Campisano, and Open Communications’ CEO as defendants.

According to Jackson’s suit, O’Dowd and Campisano began harassing within a month of his hire date last July. His suit said the sexual harassment began when he and other coworkers attended O’Dowd’s birthday party in August. At the end of the party, O’Dowd came up to Jackson and hugged him three times told his he was handsome and kissed him on the neck, the New York Daily News reported.

He left the restaurant “distraught,” but the hugs and kiss were just the beginning and the most innocent of the O’Dowd’s overtures, the sexual harassment would escalate to unwanted touching and solicitations for sex.

Jackson’s lawsuit alleges O’Dowd’s, who is one of the PR company’s founders, repeatedly told him he was sexy while massaging his arms and kissing his neck. She frequently spoke about her sexual escapades and compared him to one of her lovers. In one incident she forced him to touch her stomach which she was proud of because of she had been working out.

But O’Dowd wasn’t the only woman at the Manhattan business harassing Jackson, Campisano was also soliciting him for sex and sending him explicit text messages.

She allegedly sent his a text message asking his “When are we going to have or banging sesh?” She also told his he should be her next boyfriend and also wrote things like, “You may be easier to bang when we’re not co-workers,” according to the New York Daily News.

When the company secured a new client, a condom company, Campisano tried out one of the condoms on a banana and said it probably wouldn’t fit Joseph.

Jackson told the women the bahvior made him uncomfortable but it didn’t stop them.

Seven months of sexual harassment were enough for Jackson and he finally went to the company’s CEO to report the two women.Three days later he was fired from his $35,000 a year job and a few days after that he filed his sexual harassment suit.

Some women mistakenly think men enjoy the sexual attention, but that isn’t necessarily the case. Sexual harassment is wrong regardless of the harasser’s gender. Anyone, male or female, who has to face this type of inappropriate behavior day after day, can and should contact a sexual harassment attorney to tell them what steps they must take and seek compensation for their ongoing distress.