I’m experiencing gender-based harassment or discrimination.
Gender harassment, or gender-based harassment, is a form of sex discrimination. It occurs when one person harasses another person for reasons relating to their gender identity. The harassment conduct, however, does not need to be based on anything of a sexual nature. Instead, gender harassment generally involves stereotypes according to the roles and functions associated with a particular gender. The behavior of the harasser creates a hostile work environment for people of a specific gender. (Source)
Harassment and discrimination based on gender, gender expression, gender identity or sexual orientation are prohibited under Duke policy.
I want to let someone know that recurring incidents of gender-based harassment or discrimination are happening
A socially-constructed set of expectations, roles, behaviors, and activities a given society or culture considers appropriate for individuals generally based on an individual’s sex assigned at birth
The external appearance of one’s gender identity, usually expressed through behavior, clothing, haircut or voice, and which may or may not conform to socially defined behaviors and characteristics typically associated with being either masculine or feminine
One’s innermost concept of self as male, female, a blend of both or neither — how individuals perceive themselves and what they call themselves. One’s gender identity can be the same as or different from their sex assigned at birth
A type of discrimination that occurs when unwelcome verbal, visual, physical, electronic, or other conduct, based on an individual’s or group’s protected status or characteristic, is sufficiently serious to significantly interfere with that individual’s or group’s ability to participate in or benefit from Duke programs or activities or their terms and conditions of employment
When an individual or group is subjected to an adverse action based upon a protected status or characteristic. Discrimination can occur in either an employment or an educational context. Discrimination also includes failing to provide reasonable accommodations to a qualified person with a disability or failing to reasonably accommodate an employee’s religious beliefs or practices, as required by state and federal law