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More than a quarter of women said in a survey that they’ve been sexually harassed by someone in a position of authority at school or work. (Thinkstock)

Men and women see sexual harassment in the workplace differently, survey says

A colleague looking at another colleague’s private parts or asking for sexual favors isn’t always harassment, according to a majority of men, while two-thirds of women say it is.

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