london - Half of the British women and 20 percent of men have ever sexually bothered at work or study. A majority of them did not report.
Of the victims of violence, 63 percent did not report. With the men involved, 79 percent spoke about it, according to a survey commissioned by the British Broadcasting Corporation BBC. The men and women are now mentioning what happened after the fuss over Harvey Weinstein. This American film producer is accused of actresses of blasphemy and rape.
The British study shows that those who were harassed were, among other things, affected by sexually explicit comments, unwanted attacks or abuse. The perpetrators at work often served as directors or chefs. One in ten affected women then canceled her job or stopped the study.