Members of the LATTC community (guests and visitors included) have the right to be free from sexual misconduct and any other form of gender discrimination and violence.
- LATTC does not tolerate sexual misconduct
- Senate Bill 967 (yes means yes law)
- It’s on us: One thing video
Definition…what is it?
- Non-Consensual Sexual Con Non-consensual sexual contact is any intentional sexual touching, however slight, with any object, by a man or a woman upon a man or a woman that is without consent and/or by force. The determination of whether an environment is “hostile” must be based on all of the circumstances. These circumstances could include:
- the frequency of the conduct;
- the nature and severity of the conduct;
- whether the conduct was physically threatening;
- whether the conduct was humiliating;
- the effect of the conduct on the alleged victim’s mental or emotional state;
- whether the conduct was directed at more than one person;
- whether the conduct arose in the context of other discriminatory conduct;
- whether the conduct unreasonably interfered with the alleged victim’s educational or work performance;
- whether the statement is a mere utterance of an epithet which engenders offense in an employee or student, or offends by mere discourtesy or rudeness
- whether the speech or conduct deserves the protections of academic freedom or the 1st Amendment.