Other actions that are against the law
It is also unlawful under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1998 (Tas) (the Act) to:
- Sexually harass a person.
- Victimise a person for making a complaint or participating in the complaint process.
- Incite, by a public act, hatred, serious contempt for, or severe ridicule on the basis of race, disability, sexual orientation, lawful sexual activity, religious belief or affiliation, religious activity, gender identity or intersex variations of sex characteristics .
- Publish, display or advertise in a way that promotes, expresses or depicts discrimination or unlawful conduct.
- Aid, cause or induce another person to breach the Act.
- Engage in any conduct that offends, humiliates, intimidates, insults or ridicules another person on the basis of:
- Sexual orientation
- Lawful sexual activity
- Gender identity
- Intersex variations of sex characteristics
- Marital status
- Relationship status
- Family responsibilities
- Parental status
in circumstances in which a reasonable person, having regard to all the circumstances, would have anticipated that the other person would be offended, humiliated, intimidated, insulted or ridiculed.