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Court prohibit discrimination against employees based on sex

The courts have not interpreted Title VII to prohibit discrimination against employees based on their sexual orientation. The courts have defined the "sex" to refer only to gender. However, some states and cities prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation. From a purely legal perspective, should Title VII be amended to protect people based on sexual orientation? Why or why not?

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The courts have not interpreted Title VII to prohibit discrimination against employees based on their sexual orientation. The courts have defined the "sex" to refer only to gender. However, some states and cities prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation. From a purely legal perspective, should Title VII be amended to protect people based on sexual orientation? Why or why not?

From a purely legal perspective, it is my belief that Title VII should be amended to protect people based on sexual orientation.

In this day and age, it might seem that an individual's sexual orientation has no impact on rather or not an individual has the ability to do their ...

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The courts have not interpreted Title VII to prohibit discrimination against employees based on their sexual orientation.

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