Read section 4, line a.
I agree that when a woman accuses a man of sexual harassment it usually does end up being something that is trivial and could have been handled at a lower level and with more common sense. And I could see this starting to occur on the ship (in the SY, most of the time, I was the only female where I worked, either sailor or civilian, so there really were no issues).
However, this isn't true from my firsthand experience of sexual harassment from same sex. The girls in my berthing were all accused of being lesbians and flaunting ourselves in front of the girls in the berthing below us. The only outcome was EO and tolerance counseling for us and them. And one of the girls in my berthing was getting out for being gay, but only because she signed the statement so that she could take a job that provided benefits for her partner. So they had proof that she was gay, but she did not get in any more or less "trouble" than the rest of us. And most of the guys that I knew on the ship knew which guys were gay, but it didn't matter, most of the time. We did have a Master Chief that always seemed to be touching the guys. Even though it made a lot of them uncomfortable, no one ever brought any formal complaints/charges against him for it, despite rumors that he was gay.
"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.