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(Washington Blade)   Not news: Employee files suit against employer for retaliating against her, after she made complaints about boss sexually harassing her . Fark: Employer is Family Research Council   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Family Research Council, Research Council, bioethics, summary judgment, sex discriminations, harassment, complaints, Washington Blade  
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2012-12-20 07:34:06 PM  
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Peter von Nostrand: If it was dude claiming sexual harassment I could believe it. Regular hetero sexual harassment.... I don't buy it since we're dealing with conservatives

The best way to pick up a submissive, won't-raise-a-fuss gay boyfriend is to look amongst the anti-homosexuality groups. They keep their mouths shut and won't make a scene, or cause their lover to get upset enough to make a scene, because they don't want people to see them and think they're gay.

"Homosexuality is an abomination and affront to all good Christians!"

"Whoa, dude, you're coming on pretty strong there. Sorry, but I don't swing that way."
2012-12-20 06:32:06 PM  
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Shocking to find an organization with the word "Family" in the name populated by assholes.
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