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u/MiserEnoch ยท 15 pointsr/MaliciousCompliance

Dear internet friend,

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I'm going to try not to sound persnickety, and I suspect I'll fail miserably, but let us consider that the root of the reply you're responding too actually posted the definition of harassment. But, to refresh the difference between the two. I've placed the pertinent lines in bold and italics.

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Harassment

noun

The act or an instance of harassing, or disturbing, pestering, or troubling repeatedly; persecution:

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Assault

noun

A sudden, violent attack; onslaught: an assault on tradition.

Law: An unlawful physical attack upon another; an attempt or offer to do violence to another, with or without battery, as by holding a stone or club in a threatening manner.

Military. the stage of close combat in an attack.

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In this case, the fellow was definitely harassing the woman - General or not - for sex. Thus, sexual harassment. Correctly defining one does not weaken another! If one believes even for a moment this was not the man's intention, then - without an ounce of sarcasm - I'd suggest one takes a look around the library; There are several short, well written methods of reading a person's intent based on wording and body language. While certainly not infallible, I'd think someone constantly advancing themselves towards your hotel room while complimenting your figure (as well as questioning whether your significant other was close enough to interfere) would be clue enough. Not to mention the fact they persisted after being told not too. That's the important bit, you see. It's one thing to flirt, even heavily. It's entirely another matter to keep doing so when told not too.