Sexual Harassment In Lewiston's Case

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Lewiston 's intentions for the report were quite clear that it was to harass Gilbury. The world is so macho that women smile at a man and treat well often is confused as they like. But from the moment she clarified that there could only be a friendship he should have stopped besieging her. Besides, all the actions after that happened was activities of sexual harassment. The flowers, the cards and finally the attack in the parking lot. She was very clear that she is a happy married woman. And this intention of sexual harassment was seen by the school intolerable and with a high degree of punishment. He was fired. Whatever motivated his action, falling in love with Mrs Gilbury does not justify harassment. Men are encouraged to win over women.

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