Stalking someone because of a perceived hurt or insult can damage your reputation and cause others harm, please seek professional help if you feel the need to harm others.
Some forms of sexual harassment include:
- Making conditions of employment or advancement dependent on sexual favors, either explicitly or implicitly.
- Physical acts of sexual assault.
- Requests for sexual favors.
- Verbal harassment of a sexual nature, including jokes referring to sexual acts or sexual orientation.
- Unwanted touching or physical contact.
- Unwelcome sexual advances.
- Discussing sexual relations/stories/fantasies at work, school, or in other inappropriate places.
- Feeling pressured to engage with someone sexually.
- Exposing oneself or performing sexual acts on oneself.
- Unwanted sexually explicit photos, emails, or text messages.
It is the most common type of workplace harassment. It is illegal and must be taken seriously. Examples of sexual harassment are sharing sexual photos or posters, inappropriate sexual touching or gestures, passing sexual comments, invading someone’s personal space sexually, etc.
Rejection is the beginning of where most Stalkers begin their criminal behavior. Mental health issues may contribute to the behavioral problems, but most stalkers use others to carry out their agenda. You may be watched by numerous others, who innocently don’t understand why they are being told lies about you or rumors that don’t add up. Gossip from a particular source may be where the problem lies, you Stalker.