Sexual Harassment Distressing For Both Women And Men - Medical News Today

Sexual harassment may have become so commonplace for women that they have built up resistance to harassing behavior they consider merely "bothersome," suggests a provocative new study by Michigan State University researchers. "When women view sexual harassment as bothersome, it doesn't seem to be associated with distress," "In some ways this suggests that sexual harassment is such a widespread problem that women have figured out ways to deal with it so it doesn't interfere with their psychological well-being."