Sound Off Wilson: Should it be legal for employers to not hire applicants based upon their sexual orientation or sexual identity?

Stephanie Marshall '17 "No. They should not be allowed to discriminate. Sexual orientation has no bearing on ability to do a job."

Stephanie Marshall ’17

“No. They should not be allowed to discriminate. Sexual orientation has no bearing on ability to do a job.”

Molly McElroy '17 "I don't think it should matter. If they are good at their job then sexuality shouldn't matter."

Molly McElroy ’17

“I don’t think it should matter. If they are good at their job then sexuality shouldn’t matter.”

Megan Sterling '17 "I don't think so. Everybody should be treated equally no matter of sexuality or race."

Megan Sterling ’17

“I don’t think so. Everybody should be treated equally no matter of sexuality or race.”

Heather Humwood '15 "Absolutely not. That's an infringement on the equal opportunity ideals that our country is founded upon."

Heather Humwood ’15

“Absolutely not. That’s an infringement on the equal opportunity ideals that our country is founded upon.”

 

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