Further, the male psychoaffectional orientation was not markedly different from the female orientation, as has been previously suggested.
It has nothing to do with mutual attraction or consensual behaviour.
The fact that two individuals have been in a consensual sexual relationship does not mean that sexual harassment may not occur following the end of the relationship.
Example: A young employee and her boss engaged in consensual sexual intercourse on four occasions.
The woman’s boss engaged in a range of other conduct of a sexual nature. However, the court also found that certain acts – including giving the woman gifts of a sexual nature, such as underwear, sending explicit text messages and attempting to share a bunk bed – was unwelcome sexual harassment Sexual harassment in the workplace is against the law.
The dating attitudes and behaviors of Australian youth were studied.
Both sexual and affectional attitudes and behaviors were examined.The influence of the following factors was assessed: stages of dating, age, socioeconomic status, church attendance, and type of school attended.Psychosexual and psychoaffectional scales were used to measure dating orientation.Findings suggest that factors influencing sexual orientation are the stage of dating, age, church attendance, and type of school attended.Factors influencing psychoaffectional orientation are stage of dating, church attendance, and type of school attended.One important verification to emerge from the research was that the psychosexual and psychoaffectional orientations were not opposite poles of a single continuum but were totally independent dimensions.