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True or false: sexual harassment requires that a sexual comment be made directly to a specific person

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False. Sexual harassment comes in many ways and does not necessarily or entirely require that a sexual comment be made directly to a specific person. This term has a broad definition that can as well involve making a sexual comment but not limited to that. It is an offence that can also relate to physical conduct with a sexual appeal. Both men and women experience sexual harassment in their lifetime. Typical examples include sexual teasing, asking personal questions about a person’s sexual life or body. This can happen in different settings including school, the workplace or outdoors.

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