This chapter investigates the current legal standards for analyzing workplace discrimination and, in the process, presents one gap in the law that leaves individuals susceptible to employment discrimination based on interraciality. It accepts the obvious biases against people belonging in an intimate, same-sex relationship. Discriminations and hostility directed against gays and lesbians are abound, but Congress has never enacted a law that protects them from the damages of sexual orientation discrimination. This means that multiracial families that are also a same-sex relationship may even confront more complex forms of discrimination by means of interraciality and in their sexual orientation.
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