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Social Mores Have Changed; Biology Hasn’t

By Suzanne Lucas ● Law and Liberty ● 07/06/2018


We tend to think of law in terms of bright lines. The “Thou shalt nots” we learned about in Sunday School. Thou shalt not steal. Okay, that money belongs to the company, so I can’t use it to buy new shoes for myself. Those are easy. But no such bright line exists in sexual harassment law.

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