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Male allies are an important part of addressing workplace discrimination and harassment based on sex, said Segal, a partner at Duane Morris. "The challenges we have are too great for half the population alone to solve them," he said. "In these situations, there’s something that would be tragically ironic that the responsibility to prevent and remedy harassment should be left to women when women are, more often than men, the victims."