Harassment, which includes but is not limited to: …
b. Conduct without physical contact or physical interference with a person, including but not limited to harassing, bullying or threatening behavior, including verbal communication, which is intended to and has the effect of:
A. Substantially disrupting another person’s lawful activity;
B. Causing another person to be subject to unwelcome or offensive physical contact;
C. Causing personal injury or property damage or risk of personal injury or property damage;
D. Causing another person to be subject to unwelcome and objectively unreasonable interference with mental and emotional health;
E. Putting the person in fear for safety; or
F. Harassing or bullying another person based on their actual or perceived race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or religion.