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By August 28, 2013

A. Conduct (subject to 1, 2, 3 above), which may constitute sexual harassment, includes any speech or conduct of a sexual nature that is unwanted and unwelcome. Examples include, but are not limited to:

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· Proposals of sexual activity;
· Subtle pressure for sexual activity, such as sexual comments or jokes, remarks or questions about sexual activity, speculation about previous sexual experiences, or unwelcome remarks about a person’s body or clothes;
· Conduct such as sexual gestures, leering, staring, or suggestive facial expressions that tends to bring discomfort to or humiliate an individual