Westchester Magazine:  “When the human resources department at Richard Michaels’s job told him that he’d been accused of sexual harassment, he was confused.  The representative told Michaels, a manager at his company, that one of the employees he oversaw alleged that he had kissed her.  Experts agree that forcible touching of employees by managers is a serious matter, morally dubious, and legally actionable on almost every jurisdictional level, including the federal.  Michaels even knew that the accusation was true. He had, in fact, kissed the woman.  Yet he felt sure that he had done nothing wrong.”