As Congress considers passing the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, a new poll shows an overwhelming majority of Americans support such a measure.
Seventy-nine percent of people who self identified as heterosexual said that that how an employee does his or her job, and not their sexual orientation, should be the standard for judging an employee.
When it came to the issue of transgender employees in the work place, two thirds of heterosexuals 67 percent said that employee performance should be the standard not sexuality.
That’s super – except, of course, for the gender discrepancy. That’s not so super…