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Does of the opposite sex need to be the harasser for it to be considered sexual harassment?

Does of the opposite sex need to be the harasser for it to be considered sexual harassment?

No. California has long recognized that same-sex harassment is unlawful. Both genders, males and females alike, are protected by California sexual harassment laws. Sexual harassment by a member of the same sex is still illegal, even if the perpetrator and/or the victim are not homosexuals.

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