Traces the history of sexual harassment from its beginning to its presence in popular culture. (This is the original article. In 2012, it was updated.
"In the 1990s, sexual harassment became a highly visibile part of American pop culture. In 1991, Anita Hill testified in a televised United States Senate hearing that Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her when she worked for him in the early 1980s at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. ... "Illustrating the pervasiveness of sexual harassment issues in America, the problem itself has evolved from a behavior without a name, to a social behavior, to a defined legal behavior, and by 1998, to a highly visible social problem for the President of the United States and the nation." Read this article in its entirety by clicking on the following web site link.