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Types of Sexual Assault

Sexual Misconduct Policy:
 
 
Public Indecency
Masturbating or flashing/exposing breasts or genitals to others in public in an uninvited manner that is meant to shock, frighten, or humiliate.
 
Voyeurism
Invading the privacy or another; or others, by eavesdropping, watching, or photographing the other(s) in a state of nudity without permission.
 
Sexual Imposition
Touching the erogenous zones of someone else or coercing someone to touch your erogenous zones when it is offensive to the other person or they are substantially impaired or unaware of the conduct.
 
Gross Sexual Imposition 
Using force, or the threat of force, to touch an erogenous zone (including but not limited to the thighs, buttocks, pubic region, or breasts), forcing another person to touch one of those areas of your body, or administering a controlled substance without his or her knowledge in order to  touch the erogenous zones of someone else's body.
 
Sexual Battery
Coercing another person into vaginal, anal or oral intercourse that the person does not want, or having vaginal, anal or oral intercourse when the person's ability to consent is substantially impaired by alcohol or other intoxicants.
 
Rape
Using force, or the threat of force, to have vaginal, anal or oral intercourse using the penis, finger(s), tongue, mouth, or any other object other than the body.
OR
Substantially impairing the judgment or control of another by administering a controlled substance then having vaginal, anal, or oral intercourse using body parts or an object other then the body.