In words attributed to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, the judge once famously stated in commenting on a case that, while he couldn't formulate a precise definition for hard-core pornography, he knew it when he saw it.
"It's a shame you have to pull that card," says an educational psychology profess who materially contributed to a study published earlier this year addressing sexual harassment in the nation's middle schools.
When CEOs, spiritual leaders, and even the dean of a major law school are in the news for being accused of sexual harassment, you may well wonder how they got so far in their careers without being challenged for their inappropriate behavior. After all, workplace sexual harassment and gender discrimination were prohibited by the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Why hadn't they got the message?