First of all. Lets think about this from a logical point of view.
You've been touched in a "sensitive" area by a man whom you do not know at school. I'm going to say that you obviously didn't like that and now you're thinking about what to do.
The first thing you should always do is tell a person at your school like the principal/teacher/guard in private if you don't feel comfortable discussing this in public that there's a man who goes around the school sexually harassing people and you've been a victim of it. You leave it to the staff of the school because for sure they'll do something about it if they're aren't lazy or just flat-out retarded.
What comes next? Make sure that if you see that person again, you make a break for it and run while calling the fucking police. Best way to make sure something doesn't happen to you is that you always walk in a crowded area. Confrontation works but only if you have enough courage to do it and you have enough "skill" to deal with this person physically if worse comes to worse.
Sexual harassment is sexual harassment it doesn't matter how old you are or if you're a man/woman.
Well ive told my parents about it yesterday and we went to my school to say it but like i was expecting
they denie it and say it was a accident and that im overreacting cus ive had a past with such things
my only hope is now the police which we informed about it and said they are investigateing it, i dont have
high expectations but maybe theres a chance he get fired as there are security cameras all over the place where it
happend so its probaly on that which shows 100% proof that it was no accident
now its just a matter of time waiting on the police
while school director hates me now for calling in the police :/
Last edited by S Δ T I S F I E D; 10-08-2015 at 10:24 AM.
Okay, I can't read - awesome!
I'll try to make this as simple as possible. When your eccrine glands ( main sweat glands in humans ) produce the sweat, there will be no DNA in the sweat, but when the sweat gets released onto the outer skin layer of the skin, cells shed off into it. Your answer is partly correct, but we constantly shed off skin cells ( around a million a day ) , this also occurs when we release the sweat through the glands and both mix.
i have a question about something which happend on school today
and thats: What if a guy(21Yr) touches/harass sexualy me (17yr) can i still go to the police
and say he sexualy harresed/touched (idk how to call it) a minor ? as im almost 18 over a month
and idk if they will do something about it or just let it got cus im almost 18
and also if they even do something about it whats the maximum sentence he can get?
regards & thanks in advance
Just get your friends and beat his ass
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