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Sexual Harassment

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Joshua Palma

on 16 October 2014

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Transcript of Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment

What is Sexual Harassment ?
sexual harassment:
harassment (which is typically towards a woman, but can happen to a man) in a workplace, or other professional or social situation, involving the making of unwanted sexual advances or obscene remarks.

Forms of Sexual Harassment.
Physical contact -
like

grabbing, pinching, touching your breasts your butt or other body parts, or kissing you against your will.
Stalking -
which is unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual or group toward another person and may include them following the victim in person or monitoring them online or through camera.
The Way out
WARNING!!!!
Some of these topics may be disturbing to some. If needed, you may quietly step outside.
Please take this matter seriously and do not be disrespectful.

By:C/TSgt.Karlie King
C/1st Lt. Brooke Davis
Sexual harassment is basically unwanted sexual behavior towards another.
Sexual comments, like name-calling, starting rumors, making sexual jokes at your expense, or making sexual gestures at or about you.
Sexual propositions, like asking you for sexual intercourse or repeatedly asking you out when you have said no.

Unwanted communication, like phone calls, letters, texts, or e-mails can also be a form of sexual harassment. These forms of communication can be mean, nasty, or threatening, or they can seem flattering or nice but still make you uncomfortable.

Examples of who
CAN
be sexual predator
Neighbors
Any Family Member
Even your Friends
IT COULD BE ANYONE!!
Sexual Harassment Statistics
National Sexual Abuse Helpline:
Darkness to Light
1-866-FOR-LIGHT (866- 367-5444)
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