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1997: Doe vs. City of Belleville, Ill.
1997: Doe vs. City of Belleville, Ill.
Twin teenage brothers claimed they had been sexually harassed by male co-workers while cutting cemetery grass. An appellate court agreed, ruling that "[a] man who is harassed because...[he] does not meet his co-workers' idea of how men are to appear and behave is harassed 'because of his sex.'"

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