Sexual Harassment May Have Lasting Health Effects On Women

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A survey of 300 women conducted at the University of Pittsburgh found that sexual harassment in the workplace can result in reduced sleep and high blood pressure. What do you think?

“Finally, a genuine reason to stop sexually harassing women.”

Tyrell Mosley • Video Game Cartographer

“This biased study fails to acknowledge the devastating health effects of getting shot down.”

Ian Hayden • Saloon Proprietor


“Are you sure those 300 women are all telling the truth?”

Olivia Clifford • New-Age Horticulturist