The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission published a newly proposed rule for workplace harassment, Monday, according to the Daily Signal.
The new rule focuses on “sex-based discrimination includes discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.” It continues: “Accordingly, sex-based harassment includes harassment on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, including how that identity is expressed.” (LEARN MORE: World Expert Says Transgenderism Is ‘Mental Disorder,’ Sex Changes Are ‘Biologically Impossible,’ And The Industry Will Collapse Like Eugenics Did)
The Example Provided By The EEOC
“Jennifer, a cashier at a fast food restaurant who identifies as female, alleges that supervisors, coworkers, and customers regularly and intentionally misgender her,” the EEOC narrates. “One of her supervisors, Allison, frequently uses Jennifer’s prior male name, male pronouns, and ‘dude’ when referring to Jennifer, despite Jennifer’s request for Allison to use her correct name and pronouns; other managers also intentionally refer to Jennifer as ‘he,'” it says, according to the outlet.
“Coworkers have asked Jennifer questions about her sexual orientation and anatomy and asserted that she was not female,” the EEOC adds. “Customers also have intentionally misgendered Jennifer and made threatening statements to her, but her supervisors did not address the harassment and instead reassigned her to duties outside of the view of customers. Based on these facts, Jennifer has alleged harassment based on her gender identity.” (LEARN MORE: Indiana State Medical Association Steps Up To Protect Minors From ‘Transition Surgeries’)
The EEOC Still Refuses To Support The Rights Of Christians
“Employers are not required to accommodate religious expression that creates, or reasonably threatens to create, a hostile work environment,” the rule says. “As with other forms of harassment, an employer should take corrective action before the conduct becomes sufficiently severe or pervasive to create a hostile work environment.”
Tell The EEOC And Your Elected Leaders To Remove This Rule
You can tell your local, state, and federally elected officials that you do not support this rule. Sign up for www.Change. MillionVoices.org today (text MV to 80550). We’ll ensure that your voice is always heard. Share this article with your friends and family so they can stay informed.
You can also comment on the EEOC’s site directly, telling them how hypocritical this proposed rule really is. Click this link and let your voice be heard.