I've worked for my boss for the past 10 years putting trailors in a warehouse door to be loaded. Because I work with all men It can be trying when I'm expected to work like a man but want to be treated like a woman. I really love my job and for the most part the guys treat me great. Very rarely do I have to tell them they're being harrasing or going over board. Usually when I do they are quick to back off. Its not my co-workers I'm having a problem with though. Its our supervisor.
Friday one of the guys went a little to far. After several times of telling him to stop I finally told him in front of my Boss that if it didn't stop we would have to talk to someone "up front" meaning HR. My boss went off asking how dare I threaten one of his mechanics. Then he began mentioning everything I had done in the past 10 years. Some which honestly wasn't always approriate on my part. Any suggestions on how I can deal with this?
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