(1) In this part:
(i) sexual intercourse; and
(ii) sexual touching; and
(iii) any other act in circumstances where a reasonable person would consider the act to be sexual; but
(b) does not include an act carried out for a proper medical purpose or otherwise authorised by law.
(2) The matters to be taken into account in deciding whether a reasonable person would consider an act to be sexual include the following:
(a) whether the area of the body involved in the act is a person's breasts, genital area or anal area;
(b) whether the person carrying out the act does so for the purpose of sexual arousal or sexual gratification;
(c) whether any other aspect of the act (including the circumstances in which it is carried out) makes it sexual.
(3) In this section:
"object"—see section 50 (2).
"sexual touching", by a person (the first person ) means—
(a) touching another person, including through something, with any part of the first person's body or with an object in circumstances where a reasonable person would consider the touching to be sexual; and
(b) the continuation of sexual touching as defined in paragraph (a).