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From that recent intro to the UK court case I think you could deliberately bait getting fired or removed from a service and then press charges on accounts of discrimination for sexual orientation (if you're not bisexual)

I.e. 1. Go on to dating app or general LGBT thing/ anti-gay workplace 2. Say you're only attracted to the same or opposite sex 2.5 collect documents stating that you should never disclose your sexuality and maybe record them being homophobic against exclusive monosexuals 3. Get banned or demoted for stating your sexual orientation, 4. Legal action

They deliberately say that open homosexuals and heterosexuals aren't welcome in their statements so obviously you are being discriminated against and they think that's normal. And will continue to think this is normal until they're bankrupt. Attraction is usually defined as 'opposite or same sex' legally so would this work???

From that recent intro to the UK court case I think you could deliberately bait getting fired or removed from a service and then press charges on accounts of discrimination for sexual orientation (if you're not bisexual) I.e. 1. Go on to dating app or general LGBT thing/ anti-gay workplace 2. Say you're only attracted to the same or opposite sex 2.5 collect documents stating that you should never disclose your sexuality and maybe record them being homophobic against exclusive monosexuals 3. Get banned or demoted for stating your sexual orientation, 4. Legal action They deliberately say that open homosexuals and heterosexuals aren't welcome in their statements so obviously you are being discriminated against and they think that's normal. And will continue to think this is normal until they're bankrupt. Attraction is usually defined as 'opposite or same sex' legally so would this work???

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