There are some basics covered with being a good RSO and most of that is covered in the rules that are posted and are basic common sense for people who have been around guns. AND there are some things that a good RSO needs to watch for that aren't covered by the rules I was at the range this weekend and the 'bad' RSO was on duty. It never fails, everytime this guy is on duty there are one or two of 'those guys' who pretend to instruct women in firearms that all they are doing is rubbing their penis on the woman's ass. The consequences of allowing this behavior is that women who are new to shooting don't come back. I didn't shoot much yesterday because i spent most of my time talking to the women that these two guys were working over. This kind of behavior pisses me off. I went to the RSO and let him know what was happening and asked him to speak to the men. He refused. So I got up this morning and went to the range to speak to the overall manager who is also and RSO. We will see what he does about the 'bad' RSO. If he does nothing I will speak with him further and start moving all the women I know to a different range. When a woman comes to a range and is new, we as shooters, should do everything we can to encourage her. It's intimidating enough to walk into a range that is mostly men without having all the sexual harassment, embarrassment and physical over friendliness that happens with these type of guys. Don't get me wrong 99% of the men at this range are gentlemen and really want to help and there are really good instructors who teach you to hold a gun from behind by laying their arms over yours, the difference is when they rub their junk into your ass. It's subtle, which is why they get away with it. It is up to us, as experienced shooters to let these guys know this is off limits. I did the chain of command thing, my preference would have been to grab his ear and haul his ass to the parking lot, but I'm not big enough to finish him off, so we will see what happens. My question to all of you is 2 fold 1) what would you have done? 2) do you ever try to stop this behavior when at the range?