Leah Rowe <i...@gluglug.org.uk> writes:

> The employee (who I won't name, because I don't want her harrassed)

[...]

> What should have happened is the people bullying her should have been
> fired.
>
> Which is these people:

[...]

You are openly employing double standards which does not exactly lend
more credence to your objectivity.  At any rate, as Deb Nicholson quite
aptly pointed out, there are excellent personal and legal reasons that
the details of this dispute are not available to the readers of the
lists you are inundating with it, meaning that they are the wrong place
to vent to.

Discrimination and workplace harrassment are usually covered by
workplace laws in the U.S. to a degree where legal recourse is readily
available.  That's the venue to pursue for any such problems having
occured in the workplace, and there decisions will be made based on the
best available information.

The mailing lists you are using here are not related to workplace
matters of the FSF and I doubt that you improve your apparent friend's
legal standing as well as her and other LGBT's future job prospectives
if you continue illustrating the consequences an employer has to face
for standard employment decisions in the course of doing business with
persons you consider to be representing.

-- 
David Kastrup

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