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Just like other kinds of bullying, sexual harassment can sextiing comments, gestures, actionsor attention that is intended to hurt, offend, or intimidate another person. With sexual harassment, the focus is on things like a person's appearance, body parts, sexual orientation, or sexual activity. Sexual harassment may be verbal like making comments about someonebut it doesn't have to be spoken.
Bullies may use technology to harass someone sexually like sending inappropriate text messages, pictures, or videos. Sometimes sexual harassment can even sextiing physical when someone tries to kiss or touch someone that does not want to be touched.
Sexual harassment doesn't just happen to girls. Boys can harass girls, but girls also can harass guys, guys may harass other guys, and girls may harass other girls. Sexual harassment isn't limited to people of the same age, either. Adults sometimes sexually harass young people and, occasionally, teens may harass adults, though that's pretty rare.
But most of the time, when sextiing harassment happens to teens, it's being done by people in the same age group.
Sexual harassment and bullying are very similar — they both involve unwelcome or unwanted sexual comments, attention, or physical contact. For the person who is being targeted, though, it doesn't make much difference if something is called bullying or harassment. This kind of behavior is upsetting no matter what it's called. Like anyone who's being bullied, people who are sexually harassed can feel threatened and scared and experience a great deal of emotional stress.
Sexual harassment or bullying can include:. Sending sexual messages or images by text, or "sexting," is not a good idea for many reasons. Sexting can sextiing to problems for you and the person getting the text, even when you are dating or in a relationship with that person. In some cases these messages can be considered harassment or bullying and can bring very serious consequences.
Also, messages or images you intend to be private can sextiing into the wrong hands and be used to embarrass, intimidate, or humiliate.
Even if you send someone's picture just to one other person, it can be forwarded to many other people or posted online for the world to see. Forcing another person into doing things he or she doesn't sextiing to do, such as kissing, oral sex, or intercourse, goes beyond sexual harassment or bullying. Forcing someone to do sexual things is sexual assault or rape, and it's a serious crime. If you want to request to speak to someone, and we will be in touch. Search this site. Who can I talk to.
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