Thursday, October 26, 2017

Show-Me LGBT Workplace Right In Missouri

The legal battle against "gender stereotypes" takes a step forward in Missouri Courts. Checkit:

LGBT employees win some protections from Missouri court - Kansas City Business Journal

A ruling from the Missouri Court of Appeals has opened the door for LGBT employees in Missouri to sue for sexual discrimination, The New York Times reports. Although state law doesn't prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, the appeals court ruled that discrimination based on a failure to conform to gender stereotypes is sexual discrimination.

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

What we need is a law that prohibits the discussion of sexual preference in the workplace. It should be a non factor but for some reasons gays seem to want it known. Can't even guess what it would have to do with work or productivity.

Anonymous said...

Today I awoke as a man and went to work as a woman.

Anonymous said...

@10:22AM-who are you kidding? You have not been in the workplace in decades.

Retro ROCKER said...

Dude LOOKS LIKE A LADY. ALL JOKING ASIDE They do contribute to the economy. As you know for some reason they want you to know they are gay. Sometimes they over do it.

Anonymous said...

10:22: You have a point. So take down all pictures of your spouse and children and don't tell anyone anything about how your little darlings are doing in school, life, etc. (Your co-workers don't give a shit, anyway.)

It's the Trump era version of "Don't ask. Don't tell."

Anonymous said...

Faggots already have jobs. Interior decoarating, waitressing, beauticians.