Age and seniority play a factor in whether individuals disclose their sexuality in the workplace. The higher a person’s position, the more likely they are to be “out.” For instance, 62.5 percent of executives and senior staff were “out” versus approximately one-third of participants working in program, support, and other staff roles.
The timing of the leak of certain documents last week suggesting a return to a federal definition of sex as unchangeable, biological, and determined at birth leads some to consider the electoral impact.
In this interview, Amy Costello’s guest Myrl Beam argues that the LGBTQ movement’s embrace of the nonprofit model has had an enormous and troubling impact on a once-radical intention. This thought-provoking podcast raises questions about how the concessions we make on the road to social change often result in a change of course. Listen to it now, or download and listen later.
Slipped into a funding bill was an amendment that would allow social service agencies that receive federal funds to discriminate in adoptions and foster care placements based on the agency’s sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions.
The North Carolina Legislature is trying to retain its relationship with the NCAA by passing a faux “repeal” of the bathroom bill, but the loud and unanimous opposition of advocates is likely to carry a lot of weight with current boycotters.