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Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Harass, Don't Pursue

A military policy of the United States from 1994–2011 that barred openly gay, lesbian, or bisexual personnel from serving in the military, but which also barred discrimination against those who kept their sexuality a secret. Commonly shortened as "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." Just because "Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Harass, Don't Pursue" was put in place doesn't mean that subtle forms of discrimination didn't still occur.

textually harass

slang To harass someone via text message. The phrase is a pun on "sexual harassment." Textually harassing a coworker should always be taken seriously by HR as a form of harassment.
See also: harass
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The National Science Foundation has recently announced that academic institutions must report when NSF-funded researchers are found to be responsible for sexual harassment, or when administrative action is taken against NSF-funded researchers.
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Enhanced for academia with a twenty-two page listing of Resources, and four Appendices: Committee Biographical Information; Committee Meeting and Workshop Agendas; Study of Sexual Harassment in Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; Consultant Report on the University of Texas System Campus Climate Survey, "Sexual Harassment of Women" is unreservedly recommended as a core addition to government, college, and university library Contemporary Women's Issues collections and supplemental studies reading lists.
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