This comment will discuss both the history of sexual harassment and the evolution of the reasonable woman standard in order to illustrate society's progress toward defining appropriate conduct in the work environment. Parts III- IV will present the Radtke court's argument rejecting the reasonable woman standard in favor of the reasonable person standard. Part V invokes feminist theory to critique the premises upon which the Radtke rationale is based.
Paul P. Dumont,
Radtke v. Everett: An Analysis of the Michigan Supreme Court's Rejection of the Reasonable Woman/Victim Standard: Treating Perspectives that are Different as Though they were Exactly Alike, 27 Golden Gate U. L. Rev.