WHAT ARE THE LIMITS OF HOMOPHOBIA?
- Case of the week. Beevor, Justin // Personnel Today;3/11/2008, p13
The article presents an employee discrimination case heard by the British Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), wherein Stephen English has alleged that he was frequently subjected to homophobic banter by his colleagues at Thomas Sanderson Blinds Ltd. The EAT dismissed the appeal and concluded that...
- "No jobs for gays", say Catholic bishops. Sanderson, Terry // Gay Times (09506101);Jun2004, Issue 309, p74
Reports on the decision of the British High Court to allow religious bodies to continue refusing to employ gay men and lesbians as of May 2004. Provisions of the Employment Discrimination Regulations; Comments of unions and gay groups regarding the ruling; Overview of the Diversity and Equality...
- The two faces of George. Ryan, Benjamin // Advocate;5/11/2004, Issue 914, p15
This article examines the U.S. government's position on gay rights. Scott Bloch, head of the Office of Special Counsel, in early February 2004 removed references to sexual orientation from the Web site of the agency, which handles workplace discrimination complaints for federal employees. ...
- remember whenâ€¦. // Gay Times (09506101);Mar2007, Issue 342, p101
This section recalls several events relevant to the gay liberation movement in Great Britain. Simon Hughes, a Liberal Democrat member of parliament, revealed that he is bisexual. Meanwhile, gay businessman Ivan Massow was laid off as chairman of the Institute of Contemporary Arts. Moreover,...
- 'No Compromise' Gay Coalition May Sink Rights Bill. Griffin Jr., Carl // Advocate;5/7/75, Issue 163, p4
Reports on the status of a bill that will inhibit discrimination against gay people in housing and employment in Minnesota. Protests at the legislative hearings; Protection of gay people in the areas of public accommodations and public services; Absence of provisions in the bill that will...
- Nashville council defers vote on gay rights ordinance. // Gay & Lesbian Times;1/30/2003, Issue 788, p31
Reports on positive and negative reactions to the Nashville Metropolitan Council's consideration of adding sexual orientation to the city's list of classes protected from job and housing discrimination. Sponsors' amendment of the plan to allow an exemption for religious organizations that...
- Ruling on Ordinance. // Advocate;11/5/75, Issue 176, p15
Reports on the decision of a judge in Seattle, Washington, in support of gay equal employment ordinance in the city. Parties involved in the demand to rule the fair employment act as unconstitutional; Opinion of a women's group member on the background of the case.
- High Court Denies Appeal. // Advocate;11/5/75, Issue 176, p15
Reports on the denial of appeal of Peggy Burton, a lesbian teacher who was fired on account of her homosexuality, by the High Court in Washington D.C. Representation of Burton; Decision of a lower court on a similar issue; Implications of the decision of the court in Burton's case.
- Few answers to `lavender ceiling' issue. // People Management;6/25/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 13, p22
Reports on California's implementation of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to protect gay staff. Provisions of the act; Its implication; Comment from corporate executives.