Examples of sexual harassment include, but are not limited to: [...] D. A pattern of conduct that unreasonably interferes with the work or academic environment (not legitimately related to the subject matter of a course) including: 1. Sexual comments or inappropriate references to gender. 2. Sexually explicit statements, questions, jokes, or anecdotes regardless of the means of communication (oral, written, electronic, etc.). 3. Unwanted touching, patting, hugging, brushing against a person's body, or staring. 4. Inquiries and commentaries about sexual activity, experience, or orientation. 5. The display of inappropriate sexually oriented materials in a location where others can view them.