Links

Organizations

The Feminist Majority Foundation has a very comprehensive site on sexual harassment, including a list of hotline numbers. They also cover ways to prevent/stop sexual harassment and legal options.

The 9 to 5 National Association of Working Women has an informative website and also maintains a very good hotline at 1-800-522-0925 or hotline@9to5.org.

The National Organization for Women has a website that lists actions and press releases related to sexual harassment.

Sexual Harassment Support is a website with information for victims, and has an affiliated online forum.

Women Against Sexual Harassment (WASH) publishes a free newsletter that can be obtained via email.

The International Coalition Against Sexual Harassment (ICASH) organizes a yearly conference and maintains a mailing list.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) of the government has a website that informs you about the sexual harassment law and how to file a complaint with them.

The Women’s Crisis Support in Santa Cruz has a website on dealing with sexual harassment.

Employer-employee.com has advice for employers and employees and information on same sex harassment.

General Information

Dr. Nancy Wyatt at Pennsylvania State University maintains an excellent website that contains a wealth of information, including some general information, legal aspects of sexual harassment, case studies, and a commented bibliography.

Diana Brady from the 9 to 5 National Association of Working Women gives very useful information about navigating the legal system, based on her own experiences.

Sandra Mallie has a website “The Texas Prison Support Group” that has a section on sexual harassment and assault counseling that offers a forum and a live chat.

A webiste by a harassment survivor dedicated to the collection and dispersal of true stories of sexual harassment, especially those experienced in higher educational institutions.

Alleged Harasser’s Perspective

Website with miscellaneous information on alleged sexual harassment in the media, law, and more; written by David R. Throop, now maintained by menweb.

Website by Robert Kennedy, commenting on his own experience of being accused of sexual harassment. He also posts reader’s comments.

Products

A website by the WGBY public television station offers a video: “Flirting or Hurting – Stopping Sexual Harassment in Schools” produced by the Wesseley College Center for Research on Women. Description: A film consisting of modules on defining sexual harassment, stopping sexual harassment, and a teacher’s guide on sexual harassment and how to effectively use the video.