But Fleck may not have lost because of his sexual orientation.
Where the party remains in deep denial is on the question of sexual orientation.
Maybe the Francos are merely drawn to the outrageous, and it has nothing to do with sexual orientation.
These rankings are universal, designed to be neutral in relation to gender, race, religion, sexual orientation or age.
Edwards crudely framed the state of play in the South as a matter of race, sexual orientation, and class; in other words, culture.
“Mainstream feminism is riddled with classism, racism, and sexual orientation discrimination,” she wrote.
Furthermore, he adds, “A lot of people are more willing to question their sexual orientation on campus and experiment.”
It is necessary to expose this shameful exploitation of sexual orientation designed to promote what amounts to pink anti-Semitism.
Still, Le1f resents being lumped into a single category based not on musical style but sexual orientation.
Nobody should be denied employment or forced out of a job due to their sexual orientation and gender identity.
sexual orientation n.
The direction of one's sexual interest toward members of the same, opposite, or both sexes, especially a direction seen to be dictated by physiologic rather than sociologic forces. Replaces sexual preference in most contemporary uses.