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Lawyer charged in job discrimination case for calling gay people “genetic anomalies”

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The highest court in the European Union has ruled against Carlo Taormina, an Italian lawyer, who was being sued for “job discrimination”.

Taormina had said that he would never hire a gay person as he believes they have “genetic anomalies” and therefore are unfit to work for him, was ordered to pay €10,000 in damages. […] The post Lawyer charged in job discrimination case for calling gay people “genetic anomalies” appeared first on GCN.

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