I've been working at the same school for the last 3 years and for the most part have enjoyed my time there. However, in the past year I have notcied an increasing amount of what I feel are sexist comments from both staff and students. I have heard attractive women refered to as "eye candy" in my department. I've been told in a rather cheeky tone that my bouse is too tight, had unecessary attention drawn to my legs and bum when wearing a skirt by male staff. I've also had male staff members inform me that they have had conversations with year 11 boys about me in sexualized ways which now makes me really uncomfortable teaching KS4 boys. Generally, I have always felt that my school is male dominated in staffing, and have felt that to cope, I need to toughen up, however I find some of the incidents described above to be humilitating. I have not made any complaints, because some of the above comments come from staff members who have senority over me, and I worry about being seen as 'bitchy' or 'uptight'. Because I feel confident voicing my concerns about issues faced in my department, I am already made ot feel by some staff that I am 'too passionate', which makes me feel unheard and disrespected. I'm not sure if I should say something, but I did feel pretty **** for most of the evening as I became really worried that perhaps I brought these comments on in some way. However, if this was the case, surely someone would have said something in a considerably more professional manner. I don't feel that I present myself in an unprofessional way at all. Non of my performance reviews have ever questioned my professionalism, in my appearence at work or otherwise. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm not sure if, or how to broach this at work.