Engaging in a sexual act with another person without consent or by using force.
Threatening or coercing a person to engage in sexual activity including placing them in fear of injury or bodily harm.
Impairing their ability by giving them alcohol or other drugs without their knowledge or against their will.
Engaging in sexual activity with a person who is incapable of understanding or is unaware of the sexual act for any reason (including alcohol use); when a person is physically incapable of resisting or communicating either consent or unwillingness to participate; or if a person is under 16 years old.
Sexual harassment is conduct that consists of repeated unwelcome sexual advances, including:
sexual flirtations, advances or propositions;
verbal abuse or innuendo of a sexual nature;
uninvited physical contact such as touching, hugging, patting, brushing or pinching;
verbal comments of a sexual nature about an individual’s body or sexual terms used to describe an individual;
display of sexually suggestive pictures, posters or cartoons;
jokes, language, epithets or remarks of a sexual nature;
prolonged staring or leering;
making obscene gestures or suggestive or insulting sounds;
demand for sexual favors accompanied by an implied or overt threat concerning an individual’s employment or academic status