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7 in 10 LGBT employees are harassed at work in UK
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It is sad to hear news like this. Harassment in any form of LGBT is unacceptable. Employers should give the employees safe and supportive workplace environment.
What can you say about this?
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I remembered my wife buying a pair of slippers from SportCh**k that has same colour as this flag, without knowledge of what it represents until I made it known to her, funny how she quickly returned it and ask for refund. grinning face
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Good news, kill all pervs!
Oh please...I will neither judge nor applaud this lifestyle, but it annoys me that they insist we clap for everything they do like six year old children. They can be equal no problem, but they demand we maintain them in a bubble of sensitivity the rest of us do not have. Get a backbone. Good grief.
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Oh please...I will neither judge nor applaud this lifestyle, but it annoys me that they insist we clap for everything they do like six year old children. They can be equal no problem, but they demand we maintain them in a bubble of sensitivity the rest of us do not have. Get a backbone. Good grief.
Well, don't you think women are doing more than that? And in their case the victimized have become the victimizers as they rise up the ranks on their sex vs. their qualifications. I don't mind defending women from discriminatory male bosses, which I have done many times. I didn't consider it defending a whiner, just doing what was right. You have much to learn.
Sadly, such harassment and discrimination is subtle in form in most cases.
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Oh please...I will neither judge nor applaud this lifestyle, but it annoys me that they insist we clap for everything they do like six year old children. They can be equal no problem, but they demand we maintain them in a bubble of sensitivity the rest of us do not have. Get a backbone. Good grief.
So true! For young people like me I find them most of the times annoying :( so sensitive and entitled, like most of them..
African American slaves had tougher skin than these LGBT folks.
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African American slaves had tougher skin than these LGBT folks.
It's the 21st century bud. Peaceful rhetoric is the best way to resolve issues. If you'd like, we could start bombing worship centers until they get the message.
There wouldn't be much talking our workshops if we couldn't dig at each others slip ups (including in love life). Not gonna treat gays any different.
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