Is any form of unwelcome sexual behaviour that's offensive,
humiliating or intimidating. sexual harassment is against the law. This
experience affects people in different ways. If you're experiencing harassment,
there are many things you can do about it
What is sexual harassment?
Sexual harassment is defined as rude, embarrassing, or intimidating sexual
behaviour. It can take the form of a written, verbal,or physical communication,
and it can take place person or over the internet.
Regardless of gender, anyone can be the victim of sexual harassment. sexual
harassment can be considered discrimination whether it occurs in jobs, school,
What does sexual harassment include?
- Touching, grabbing or making other physical contract with you without your
- Making comments on you that have sexual meaning.
- Leering and staring at you.
- Making sexual gestures or suggestive body movements towards you.
- Questioning you about your sex life.
- Insulting you with sexual comments.
- Behaviour on a phone call that makes you fell uncomfortable.
- Sexually assaulting you.
How sexual harassment can affects you
If you're being sexually harassed ,you might:
What can you do?
- feel stressed, anxious or depressed
- lose confidence and self-esteem
- have physical problem of stress, such as headaches, backaches, or sleep
- be less productive and unable to concentrate.
Sexual harassment is something that no one can deserve or ask for. Everyone
has the right to work and live in a free of harassment, bullying,
discrimination, and violence environment. Sexual harassment is against the law
(under the Sex Discrimination Act 1984).
If you have been sexually harassed, you can take the following steps:
You don't have to deal with sexual harassment on your own. It may be worthwhile
to speak with an HR representative at work, who will be able to assist you in
deciding what to do. you might also wish to discuss your concern with a
trustworthy friend or family member.