Bias is Laborious

On this employment-themed date, we want to remind you that, at the end of the discriminatory day, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell repeal is actually a jobs bill. One that would keep LGB military personnel from worrying that an innocuous blog comment is going to derail a career:

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Today we relax. Tomorrow we start a new season of bringing this needless mindf**kery to an end.




Good As You

—  John Wright

Dear future Americans with itchy bias bones: Discrimination never, ever, ever pays

Don’t Ask Don’t Tell expert (and all-around good guy) Nathaniel Frank sent us his new report detailing the costs that this unwarranted discrimination poses to military readiness, cohesion, morale, taxpayer dollars, privacy, and the military‚Äôs reputation in general. Not to mention advice regarding the relative trendiness of Uncle Sam’s hat, which, while not mentioned in Frank’s report, is an opinion well that would surely benefit from the fair inclusion of the population sect that’s more than proven its heightened concern and knowledge for haberdashery. There are wins to be had from head to wallet to combat boot!

Check it out:

(Scribd upload courtesy of Towleroad)



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Good As You

—  John Wright

Professor Claims Anti-Straight Bias

A professor at a Catholic college in Buffalo, New York claims that he was discriminated against because he is heterosexual.
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—  John Wright