When I was in medical school, I found out that the only other minority doctor in the class was a black woman, even though she was the only minority in the class and not a woman of color. I was so excited to see her and wanted her to like me. I thought that if the doctor liked me, it would be a good thing. Well, it wasn’t. She was mean to me. She also gave me a black eye.
In an article about the new medical app, Medical Discrimination Organ, published by The Boston Globe, the author wrote, “I’ve decided to tell my mom that I’m gay as of now because I’m going to be a doctor, and she won’t be allowed to say anything.
In fact, a lot of those attitudes are the result of anti-discrimination laws that exist in many states, most notably in California, and some states have anti-discrimination legislation that specifically prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation.
California is the only state in the country that has such an active anti-discrimination program, which means that gays and lesbians are prohibited, by law, from even being considered for jobs and promotions in state agencies. For example, the California Human Resources Administration (HRAC), which is responsible for overseeing the state’s employment practices, says that it doesn’t want to hire a lesbian or gay person because of the “potential for discrimination” that this could create.
The state is trying to change the law, but the problem is that the law is not being enforced. Some gay and lesbian employees have been terminated for simply going to work and pretending to be gay or lesbian, or simply using the word “lesbian” in a sentence. Other gay and lesbian employees have had their sexual orientation or gender identity misgendered as “other” or “queer” in a job application, on a promotion application, or in a job description.
This is not discrimination, but this is a problem with HR departments and their departments. For example, in the state of California a manager is required by law to use masculine pronouns for non-binary people, but it is not enforced. The state is trying to change the law, but the problem is that the law is not being enforced. Some gay and lesbian employees have been terminated for simply going to work and pretending to be gay or lesbian, or simply using the word lesbian in a sentence.
You will either get fired for such behavior, or get fired for being gay. Either way you get fired. That’s not discrimination, that’s just a problem with the way HR departments deal with discrimination. They might as well have a law that says, “You cannot call anyone a fag, or use the word fag.
The word faggot is a term used to describe homosexuals, so as long as you use the word and are not a faggot, you are not being a homosexual. But it has been used to describe homosexuals since at least the 1800s.
As a general rule, if you are being discriminated against because you are gay, it isn’t discrimination. However, even though that is the case, and you have every right to be, the problem here is that no one is saying that being gay is a legitimate excuse for discrimination. No one is saying that being a fag is a legitimate excuse for being fired from your job. It is a problem with HR departments to deal with discrimination, and they are making it worse.
Companies like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, and other big tech companies are now trying to take legal action against organizations that discriminate against people with disabilty. They are using their power as these companies to force organizations like the ACLU to fight the discrimination that they themselves are causing. This is another way of saying, “don’t be evil.” This is the same exact thing that the NFL brought about with the anti-football protests.