On May 19, Josh Levis wrote in Time Magazine about the time he faced constant sexual harassment at the hands of his female superior.
Levis wrote, “From our first interactions with each other, she began asking me when I was going to take her out. Then, she informed me that she had decided we were going to have sex. She spoke graphically about my body and asked me to draw pictures of myself naked. When I declined, saying that it was inappropriate, she drew what she imagined my body looks like and asked me to tell her how accurate it was.”
While it is inaccurate to claim that men face sexual harassment from women at the same rate as women face it at the hands of men, believing that women do not sexually harass men would also be inaccurate.
Read the full article here: http://www.regalmag.com/men-face-sexual-harassment-hands-women-too-a-1863.html