Some of the forms of sexual harassment recognized by the law are:
- physical contact, advances involving unwelcome and explicit sexual overtures,
- demand or request for sexual favours
- making sexually coloured remarks
- forcibly showing pornography
- sharing a woman’s intimate photograph or video against her consent.
- morphing a woman’s face or other identifiable parts with another person, to wrongfully imply that the woman was in a compromising situation.
- spying on a woman while she is engaged is something private.
- trying to disrobe a woman.
- stalking a woman.
Here are some important things to keep in mind about reporting a case of sexual harassment, about medical aid for a victim, etc.