|Ask yourself the following:
|Do not blame yourself. Don't ignore sexual harassment in the hope that it will go away.
|Do the unexpected: Name the behavior. Whatever he's just done, say it, and be specific. Hold the harasser accountable for his actions. Don't make excuses for him; don't pretend it didn't really happen. Take charge of the encounter and let people know what he did. Privacy protects harassers, but visibility undermines them.
|Make honest, direct statements. Speak the truth (no threats, no insults, no obscenities, no appeasing verbal fluff and padding). Be serious, straight forward, and blunt.
|Demand that the harassment stop
|Make it clear that all women have the right to be free from sexual harassment. Don't respond to the harasser's excuses or diversionary tactics
|His behavior is the issue. Say what you have to say, and repeat it if he persists. Reinforce your statements with strong, self-respecting body language
|End the interaction on your own terms, with a strong closing statement: 'You heard me. Stop harassing women'
|If you decide to file charges later
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
What Steps Can women Employees Take To Prevent Sexual Harassment? - hyderabadpolice.gov.in