How Do Lesbians Have Sex?’ Boss Asked Queer Employee, Complaint Says

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10/11/2022

A gay former employee of a Vodafone store in Scotland was awarded more than $30,000 for being asked sexually inappropriate questions at work. The woman, identified only as Ms. C, sued her former employer, a Vodafone franchise called Thistle Communications, for sex and sexual orientation discrimination and harassment. She said she had been humiliated by a male manager asking “sexually explicit questions” of her, Yahoo News UK reports. According to her complaint, she was exposed to numerous inappropriate conversations about her sexual orientation, including being asked, “How do lesbians have sex then, I’m intrigued” by a senior manager.

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