Types of sexual harassment may include quid pro quo sexual harassment or hostile environment harassment.
Gender-Based Harassment: Acts of verbal, nonverbal, or physical aggression, intimidation, stalking or hostility based on gender or gender-stereotyping constitute gender-based harassment.
An individual may be unable to give consent due to an intellectual disability or other disability such as being under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Sexual Assault: Defined as non-consensual physical contact of a sexual nature, sexual assault includes rape, acts using force, threat, intimidation, or coercion or using advantage gained by the victim’s inability (temporary or permanent) to make rational, reasonable decisions about sex of which the respondent was aware or should have been aware.
Any act of reprisal for reporting a violation of this policy in good faith or cooperating with an investigation, including internal interference, coercion, and restraint, by a University employee, student, or one acting on behalf of the University, is a violation of this Policy and will result in appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including termination or expulsion.
Affirmative Consent: Affirmative consent is defined as positive, unambiguous, and voluntary agreement to engage in specific sexual activity.
Affirmative consent maintains the value that all persons have the right to feel respected, acknowledged, and safe during sexual interactions.
Sexual Violence: Includes physical sexual acts perpetrated against a person's will or where a person is incapable of giving consent due to the victim's use of drugs or alcohol.I am 24 years old living in California and am extremely worried.Two nights ago I was pulled over and charged with a DUI (23152 a & b).When I had my court appearance, the judge told me that I did NOT receive a DUI.I am very concerned and have been a wreak since this incident.