Sexual harassment at work can come in many different forms. For most people, the term sexual harassment implies a boss or co-worker flirting with someone who isn’t interested. Unwanted sexual advances can make people feel very uncomfortable, especially if someone tries to use their position of authority to coerce someone else into agreeing to a date or sexual favor. While unwanted advances and solicitations are sexual harassment, they aren’t the only kind of harassment people experience at work. Sexual harassment can also involve people creating a hostile work environment, often through jokes or rumors. Those who engage in this kind of sexual harassment may not have any sexual interest in the person they abuse.