(Dis)United States of LGBT Workplace Discrimination Infographic

(Dis)United States of LGBT Workplace Discrimination Infographic

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We’re still waiting on the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act to be voted into law – Hell, we’re still waiting for DADT repeal to mean actual, you know, REPEAL. The lack of an all-encompassing workplace protection law for LGBT Americans leaves gays and lesbians vulnerable in 38 states.

And we’re not talking vulnerable in the sense that performing your job poorly can get you canned. We mean the simple act of showing up to work gay is considered a fireable offense.

Deep breaths…

Get angry about the information in this infographic.

Also, here’s some background info:

Is being gay a fireable offense in your state?

(via workforce.com)

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