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For Gesche Haas, 30, a tech entrepreneur in New York, it was an out-of-the-blue, late-night e-mail from a male coworker: "Take off your underwear, put it in a bag, and leave it on my desk." For Tiffany Kirk, 25, a bartender in Houston, it was a comment from a male customer: "I know where to get some really good coke if you want to do a line off my dick." And for Joanna Garcia, 28, a bank teller at a Wells Fargo branch in Reno, Nevada, it was a female supervisor allegedly talking nonstop about breasts and penises and graphically describing sexual encounters. "It felt almost like a nightclub." Garcia also alleged that her supervisor (whom she asked not to be named) showed her images of male genitalia and suggested she and other tellers wear provocative clothes to attract customers, according to a lawsuit filed on her behalf by the U. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency that handles workplace discrimination.

Debunking the myth that it's the lecherous male boss who's most likely to sexually harass women, most women polled— 75 percent—say they were targeted by male coworkers and about half were harassed by male clients or customers, compared to 38 percent by male managers.

Another 10 percent say their harasser was a female coworker.

He subjected Wolfe, her lawsuit alleged, to "sexist, racist, and otherwise inappropriate comments, e-mails, and text messages," including calling her a "whore" in front of coworkers at a company party.