The Ontario "Human Rights" Commission's Gay Abandon Revealed in Tweet Timed for Pride Week
Did you know that here in Ontario gays have been granted the extra-special right to complain that they've been harassed in the workplace even when they haven't been harassed in the workplace? No? Well, it says so right here (my emphasis):
Harassment can happen even if the comments or actions are not specifically about sexual orientation.
Nice work if you can get it.
Example: In a workplace that has a history of homophobic attitudes, the only two “out” gay workers are targeted repeatedly for ridicule and practical jokes. In the past, other gay workers have quit due to similar treatment. Based on the circumstances, the remaining “out” workers could argue that they are being harassed based on their sexual orientation, even though no one has directly referred to the fact they are gay.
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