Depending on the circumstances, conduct which may constitute sexual harassment includes but is not limited to: ... Unwelcome sexual conduct toward an individual, including offensive comments, touching or sexual propositions; Leering, making sexual gestures, touching, patting, pinching, rubbing, impeding or blocking movements, displaying of sexually suggestive objects, pictures, cartoons or posters, suggestive or obscene letters or emails, notes, invitations or gifts; Making or using derogatory comments, epithets, slurs or jokes with a sexual content; Persistent unsolicited and unwelcome invitations for dates, encounters, or pressure to engage in sexual activity of an implied or explicit nature;
Persistent inappropriate and unwelcome questions asked about personal life;
Comments to, or about, any individual or their appearance that is sexually graphic or would otherwise tend to be degrading;
Displaying, sending, forwarding, downloading or otherwise distributing sexual materials via the Internet, computer or e-mail.