There's a lot of us out there, mostly women but men too, that have been sexually harassed... anywhere.
And I don't know about you but I'm sick of being told how I should feel about it or that it's a compliment when I personally don't think it is. Story Time: So at work I often have men ask my coworker if I'm single and of course he tells them No. I am a married woman, and usually that's the end. However there's a certain department that the men notify everyone when I walk in and it's frankly really uncomfortable. I have to enter that part of the building at least once a week if not more to do my job. I stand by the women there and try to only say hello to the men who genuinely just wish to say hello to me. There has been one though that has told me quite often that my face is pretty. I've never led him on or given him special treatment. I treat him like anyone else, so this last week he asked me out... and I said no... very definitely no. Later I was asked if I told him I was married... So I said..."Why should I have to use my relationship status to say no?"... I'm unsure if he will ask me again or continue but if No isn't enough taking it to HR will be... because I shouldn't have to say or do anything else.
With a lot of opinions on the matter it's easy to b made to feel guilty... its easy to blame yourself as the victim. So if this happens to you or someone else, stick up for yourself or them if they need you. No is all anyone should have to say.