One in four U.S. men say exposing yourself isn’t sexual harassment, survey finds
A national survey found significant differences of opinion between men and women on what constitutes sexual harassment. In a list of 20 actions ranging from groping to light-hearted flirting, men in all cases but one were less likely than women to rate a specific act as sexual harassment. The exception – light-hearted flirting – was considered sexual harassment by 12 percent of both men and women. In all other cases, however, women were 10 to 20 percent more likely to rate an action as sexual harassment than men.