This can make you feel even more isolated and alone.
In cases of sexual harassment this behaviour can take many forms, including the following: Arguably one of the most concerning aspects of the TUC/Everyday Sexism Project survey is how women and their employers respond to sexual harassment at work.
One 2016 study carried out in Australia found that while the majority of sexual harassment complaints are made by women, 11% of men reported sexual harassment at work by other men and 5% by women.
There is no strict legal definition as to what constitutes sexual harassment, but in general it describes any unwelcome behaviour of a sexual nature.
It is important to share the way you are feeling with someone you can trust, someone who will be there for you to listen and give you support.
Talking about what has happened to you can make an enormous difference and can feel like a great weight being lifted from you.