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Re: Bernstein hearing: The Press Release
On Mon, 23 Sep 1996, Mike McNally wrote:
> Lucky Green wrote:
> > Yes, you can be sued for sexual harrasment for trying to pick up a
> > stranger in a bar, should that stranger still feel bothered by your
> > advances while at work the next day.
> > The courts have ruled,
> To paraphrase the probably-great Charles Haynes, "my bullshit meter
> is jiggling up near the red line". Is there really a case of a person
> being convicted of workplace sexual harassment against somebody they
> didn't work with?
Not that I am aware of. But the test *clearly* is how it makes you feel
once at work, regardless of other circumstances.