Sexual harassment is any conduct in the workplace that makes sex an unnecessary and unwanted part of the workplace environment. There are two basic types of sex harassment: First, Quid pro quo. Quite literally, quid pro quo means something for something. In situations involving this type of harassment, an employee is forced or urged to choose to submit to the sexual demands of a superior, or face adverse consequences (e.g., getting fired, losing pay, being refused a promotion) The second type is a Sexually Hostile Work Environment, where the sexual harassment involves sexual comments, touching, requests for a relationship, unwanted sexual texts, and any other sexual behavior or misconduct that affects one’s safety and peace of mind at work.