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This is quite a new page. A reviewer suggested (rightly, I think) that there were too many quotations and so I reduced them in number and shortened those that remained. The review still thinks there are too many (3) in the 'Case examples' section, so the tag remains for now. I have a different view - I think it's important, morally and for encyclopaedic purposes, to quote directly the individuals affected by sexual harassment, provided that the WP guidelines on neutrality and use of sources are adhered to. To my mind this article's use of quotations is now in keeping with WP:MOSQUOTE, but it would be good to hear what others think before deciding whether to remove the tag. Thoughts? Fugitivedave (talk) 13:06, 16 March 2018 (UTC)