Examples of sexual harassment include, but are not limited to, the following:
Suggestive or inappropriate communications, email, notes, letters, or other written materials displaying objects or pictures which are sexual in nature that would create hostile or offensive work or living environments;
Sexual innuendoes, comments, and remarks about a person’s clothing, body, or activities;
Suggestive or insulting sounds;
Whistling in a suggestive manner;
Humor and jokes about sex that denigrate men or women;
Sexual propositions, invitations, or pressure for sexual activity;
Use in the classroom of sexual jokes, stories, remarks, or images in no way or only marginally relevant to the subject matter of the class;
Implied or overt sexual threats;
Suggestive or obscene gestures;
Patting, pinching, and other inappropriate touching;
Unnecessary touching or brushing against the body;
Attempted or actual kissing or fondling;
Sexual violence; including rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, and sexual coercion;
Suggestive or inappropriate acts, such as comments, innuendoes, or physical contact based on one’s actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity/expression.
The examples listed above are not exclusive, but simply represent types of conduct that may constitute sexual harassment.