Any person can bring a charge of sexual harassment against any other person in the military or even just who works with/for the military, regardless of gender or sexuality. If a person finds a question of a sexual nature to be offensive, then they can make a legitimate claim of sexual harassment, again regardless of gender or sexuality of either person involved. If you have access to a military knowledge online site, I suggest you look up training for sexual harassment there. This has been true since I joined in '98, if not before. There is also annual required training on sexual harassment.