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SEXUAL ABUSE

 Sexual abuse, also referred to as


molestation, is usually undesired sexual
behavior by one person upon another.
When force is immediate, of short duration,
or infrequent, it is called sexual assault.
How Committed. — Rape is
committed —
1) By a man who shall have
carnal knowledge of a
woman under any of the
following circumstances:
a) Through force, threat or
intimidation;
b) When the offended party is
deprived of reason
or is otherwise unconscious;
c) By means of fraudulent
machination or grave
abuse of authority;
) By any person who, under any of
the circumstances mentioned in
paragraph 1 hereof, shall commit
an act ofsexual assault by
inserting his penis into another
person's mouth or anal orifice, or
any instrument or object, into the
genital or anal orifice of another
person.
Acts of Lasciviousness
1.) That the offender commits any act
of lasciviousness or lewdness;
2. That the act of lasciviousness is
committed against a person of
either sex;
That it is done under any of the following
circumstances;
a. By using force or intimidation; or
b. When the offended party is deprived of
reason or otherwise
unconscious;
Sexual Harassment
 taunting a person with constant talk about
sex and sexual innuendos
 displaying offensive or lewd pictures and
publications in the workplace
 interrogating someone about sexual
activities or private life during interviews for
employment, scholarship grant, or any
lawful activity applied for
 making offensive hand or body gestures at
someone
 Repeatedly asking for dates despite verbal
rejection
 staring or leering maliciously
 touching, pinching, or brushing up against
someone’s body unnecessarily or
deliberately
 kissing or embracing someone against her
will
 requesting sexual favors in exchange for a
good grade, obtaining a good job or
promotion, etc
 any other unnecessary acts during physical
examinations
 requiring women to wear suggestive or
provocative attire during interviews for job
hiring, promotion, and admission