Legislation specifically addresses sexual harassment (1=yes; 0=no)

Legislation specifically addresses sexual harassment is whether there is a law or specific provisions on sexual harassment; provisions may be general or apply only to employment. Legislation specifically addresses and protects against sexual harassment, including unwelcome sexual advances; requests for sexual favors; verbal or physical conduct or gestures of a sexual nature; annoyance, if understood to include harassment with sexual content; or any other behavior of a sexual nature that might reasonably be expected or be perceived to cause offense or humiliation to another, or sexual harassment is considered “discrimination,” and legislation protects against discrimination, or there is a provision protecting against sexual harassment in employment, including provisions on inducing indecent or lewd behavior coupled with financial or official dependence or authority, abuse of position or authority, or language that can be clearly interpreted to mean such dependence or abuse.