Sexual harassment might sound like an issue that affects adult women, but global surveys show that young women young girls, in fact are no strangers to unwanted attention. Street harassment can feel anxiety-producing regardless of age, but sexual harassment can also occur much closer to home. In fact, recent studies show that American middle and high school students face sexual harassment regularly. A study conducted at the University of Illinois followed 1, middle and high school students over a five-year period to examine the links between sexual harassment and bullying. In a national survey of year-olds, Making Caring Common MCC found that misogyny and sexual harassment appear to be pervasive among young people. Middle and high school students appear to be desensitized to sexual harassment. The first step is to provide specific definitions and talk openly about the various forms of harassment and misogyny that teens might face at school.
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Preparing Your Teen for the Possibility of Sexual Harassment
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This needs to end now! You have control over your own bodies and have the right to say NO! Kids and teens you can no longer continue to keep quiet. When you report sexual harassment and abuse, you stop it for yourself and others! Yet it does take place in middle school. It's important to understand that the abusive use of power which is learned behavior, starts at a very young age. The METOO campaign on social media caught on very quickly with millions of women coming forth and telling their stories of sexual harassment and abuse. Boys catcalled and groped girls in the hallways. Boston students were not alone.
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Even if you've never been bullied or harassed, chances are you know someone who has. Harassment can be a big problem for kids and teens, especially when smartphones, online messaging, and social media sites make it easy for bullies to do their thing. When bullying behavior involves unwanted sexual comments, suggestions, advances, or threats to another person, it's called sexual harassment or sexual bullying. Here's what you need to know and what you can do if you or someone you care about is being sexually harassed or bullied. Just like other kinds of bullying, sexual harassment can involve comments, gestures, actions, or attention that is intended to hurt, offend, or intimidate another person. With sexual harassment, the focus is on things like a person's appearance, body parts, sexual orientation, or sexual activity. Sexual harassment may be verbal like making comments about someone , but it doesn't have to be spoken. Bullies may use technology to harass someone sexually like sending inappropriate text messages, pictures, or videos. Sometimes sexual harassment can even get physical when someone tries to kiss or touch someone that does not want to be touched. Sexual harassment doesn't just happen to girls.
In the spring of , a group of students at a Boston-area high school staged a walkout to protest what they said was daily misogyny and sexual harassment at school, including instances of sexual violence among students. Boys catcalled and groped girls in the hallways and stood near water fountains leering at them as they leaned over to drink. Two boys from the school were suspended after the protest. This has to change. As part of the report, Making Caring Common , the project we lead at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, conducted a national survey of to year-olds in which 87 percent of respondents reported they had been the victim of at least one form of sexual harassment.