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Under federal and state legislation, unlawful harassment occurs when someone is made to feel intimidated, insulted or humiliated because of their race, colour, national or ethnic origin; sex; disability; sexual preference; or some other characteristic specified under antidiscrimination or human rights legislation.
Sexual harassment could be:
-unwelcome physical touching
-sexual or suggestive comments, jokes or taunts
-unwelcome requests for sex
-asking intrusive questions about someone's personal/sex life.
-the display of clearly sexual material (such as photos, pin-ups or pictures) or reading matter (such as e-mails, faxes or letters)