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by ndphilo @, Seal Beach, Thursday, December 07, 2017, 13:36 @ Grantland

I am admittedly not a lawyer, but I think you are right that there are conditions that mean it doesn't fit the legal definition of actionable sexual harassment.

But, I think it is definitely the case that the actions done are the kinds of actions that clearly do count as sexual harassment in those legally defined circumstances, and are the kinds of behavior that sexual harassment law is meant to prevent and punish when it does occur. It is that, convoluted, sense of the term that I intended in saying it is sexual harassment. It is exactly the sort of thing the spirit of the law is meant to address, even if it doesn't fit the letter.


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