Gay discrimination in the work place
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A safe work and learning environment is critical to building strong self-esteem and encouraging productivity for LGBT people. Providing education, reviewing policies and intentionally creating a positive working and learning environment are essential to the inclusion of all. Often, discrimination occurs unintentionally. A derogatory comment may not be meant to intimidate an LGBT person or make them feel marginalized. Training is key to helping employees and students gain understanding and empathy. For example, an activity that examines common stereotypes provides an awareness of misconceptions about the LGBT community and how misguided remarks can poison a working and learning environment.
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Stigma and Discrimination
The LGBT community is statistically one of the most discriminated against demographics in the world today. Although this demographic has seen positive gains as of late, in both marriage rights and employment equality, there is still a long way for them to go to achieve the same equality that those who only have opposite sex attractions face. In the United States, only 21 states currently have protections in place for LGBT employees to prevent discrimination. In more than half of the country, the LGBT community can be denied employment just because of their suspected sexual preferences.