‘Kissing Sounds’ and ‘Leering’ Considered Sexual Harassment at UWM

October 28, 2015

By Peter Hasson at Campus Reform

“Kissing sounds,” “leering,” and “invading someone’s personal space” all constitute as sexual harassment at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

According to the university website, “repeated ‘love’ letters,” “sexual comments about clothing or body parts,” “sexually oriented humor or language,” “leering or ogling,” “kissing sounds, whistling, [and] cat calls” are all examples of sexual harassment at the university...