This decision holds that sexually graphic, violently misogynistic music played constantly throughout defendant’s warehouse could create a hostile working environment constituting sex discrimination in employment.  Music with sexually derogatory and violent content, played constantly and publicly throughout the workplace, can foster a hostile or abusive environment and thus constitute sex discrimination.  Harassment, whether aural or visual, need not be directly targeted at a particular plaintiff in order to pollute a workplace and give rise to a Title VII claim. Also, the challenged conduct’ offensiveness to multiple genders is not a certain bar to stating a Title VII claim.