OP has a boss who makes inappropriate comments at work, but she maintains professionalism with everyone.
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OP's colleague of admitted that their boss consistently refers to OP as "Jessica Rabbit."
Her boss didn't take OP's concerns seriously
OP raised a complaint with HR about her boss's behavior, but HR didn't take it seriously, and her boss stopped talking to her.
HR representative is not acting in the individual's best interest but rather in the company's interest.
It's important for OP to document everything
If the boss is the highest authority, OP needs to consult an employment lawyer and start looking for a new job.
OP experienced harassment from your boss and coworkers, indicating potential breaches of confidentiality by HR or her boss.
OP shouldn't let harmful behavior be dismissed with "boys will be boys" excuses.
In the workplace, comments of a sexual nature and compliments about appearance are inappropriate and can be considered gender discrimination
OP's current workplace won't improve unless there's a separate corporate office
If the situation persists, OP needs to consider legal action for potential sexual harassment and a hostile work environment.
The situation constitutes sexual harassment due to inappropriate nickname and comments
OP shows how important it is to deal with workplace problems. Even if some coworkers think she's making a big deal out of it, nobody should have to put up with bad behavior at work.
OP should keep talking to HR about the issue and find coworkers who support her. If things don't get better, she might need to think about legal action. Nobody should have to deal with uncomfortable or rude comments at work, and standing up for herself is the right thing to do.