Today, teenagers use the word "perverted" to mean a broad variety of negative qualities they believe another person exhibits. In a sense, it is the same as being called any ot…her name, meaning, it's the opinion of another person; it may or may not be true, however. Being "perverted" typically has an implied sexual meaning. Actions that can be perceived as being "perverted" include, as examples: .
Talking about body parts in a gross or sexual way. .
Talking about sexual "conquests" or activities. .
Asking someone else about his/her sexual activities. .
Leering / staring at a person's breasts or genitals. .
Trying to look under or lift up clothing in order to see underwear or body parts. .
Staring at a female's cleavage. .
Attempting to touch someone in a sexual manner. .
Using unwanted touch or making advances toward someone. .
Making lewd sexual jokes. .
Being inappropriate. .
Not having healthy boundaries -- rules by which we control what we do and say to others. .
Doing lewd and illegal acts; for example, urinating or exposing oneself in public. .
Grabbing one's own body parts in public. .
Bothering another person who doesn't want to be bothered. .
Telling inappropriate jokes with a sexual or sexist message. .
Using double-meanings with words. .
Stalking someone. .
Inappropriate teasing. .
Bullying or bullying within a group toward one person, especially in a sexual context. If you adopt the personal rule to always be respectful and decent in your words, actions, and behaviors, you'll be ok. (MORE)