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Openly Gay Female Officer Advances Title VII Sexual Orientation And Gender Stereotype Discrimination Claims

The Title VII sex discrimination claims of an openly gay police officer, who alleged the department's policies on transporting, supervising, and monitoring female prisoners failed to protect LGBTQ officers and placed her in compromising positions, survived her employer's motion to dismiss, a federal district court in New York ruled, finding she could proceed with both her gender stereotype and sexual orientation discrimination claims. And while her retaliation claim also survived, her hostile work environment claim did not.

(Crews v City of Ithaca , NDNY, March 21, 2018, D'Agostino, M.)
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