if a guy you are making out with puts his hands on your boobs like ONTOP of your shirt, not under it, is that sexual harrasment or assault? what if while youi were making out he put his hands in the back pocket of your jeans and squeezed your butt? is that harrassment? thanks so much!
xOViLLYxO answered Friday June 2 2006, 3:37 pm: That`s just how most guys are I don`t think its harrassment but if you asked him to stop I guess you can say it is but if not then no.You have to consider thats just what most guys do..it`s not that bad.♥ [ xOViLLYxO's advice column | Ask xOViLLYxO A Question ]
tasuki answered Thursday June 1 2006, 10:24 pm: It's only harassment if you didn't want him to do it. If you gave your consent, it's perfectly okay. If he does something you don't like, tell him to stop, and if he doesn't stop, kick him in the groin and find a better guy. [ tasuki's advice column | Ask tasuki A Question ]
karenR answered Thursday June 1 2006, 2:18 am: If your making out with a guy they try those things. You need to tell him to stop if you don't want him doing that. Maybe even before you start the kissing.
If you tell him to stop and he continues despite your saying no...its assault.
Sexual harassment...which seems to be used a lot in the wrong way these days, is when you are
harassed in the workplace by someone who is your superior. One who has the power to promote you or fire you. Someone who makes you feel your job is in jeopardy if you don't put put. [ karenR's advice column | Ask karenR A Question ]
herbivore answered Wednesday May 31 2006, 11:04 pm: hey. assult means that he attacked you. assult means that you did not want him doing that to you and you tried to stop it. harrasment is to irrate and persist to do something. so it it was bugging you but you didnt stop him then it is harrasment. hope this helps!! :] ♥ ♥ ♥ [ herbivore's advice column | Ask herbivore A Question ]
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