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If you feel that you're being harassed because you made a complaint and that you continue to work in a hostile environment, you could bring a claim for sex harassment and retaliation.
Depending on the state you're in, you may be able to go directly to state court. Otherwise, you would need to file a complaint with the EEOC. If you don't want to try to hire a local attorney, you can go directly to the EEOC. Here is the site with information on filing a charge. http://www.eeoc.gov/charge/overview_charge_filing.html
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