I am a victim of sexual orientation discrimination. I recently resigned from my job, not because of this, but because it was making my life a living hell due to poor management and I was tired of their biggest client's highly unethical business practices. I'm going to tell my discrimination story. I've changed names to ensure privacy. About four months ago, they had an opening for a team lead in the call center. I was one of the people they considered for the position. I didn't get the promotion. The person who did was Jane. Jane is a lesbian. She got promoted after working there less than two weeks. The project manager who got her promoted, Anna, is also a lesbian. They said Jane was promoted because she was good with computers. Of course, we found out the real reason through the grapevine. Anna's girlfriend was in prison and she wanted to have Jane to fool around with on the side. The only reasons I didn't get promoted was because I'm straight and I also heard that our operations manager (not Anna) thought that I'm "too nice". It's against company policy to discriminate based on sexual orientation, but they did it to me. Earlier today I talked to Charlotte on her cell phone before she went to work. Charlotte is the evening team lead and she's a late middle-aged straight lady who's one of the few normal people at that company. She works at the call center at 6PM-Midnight Monday-Wednesday and sells insurance for another company during the day as a full-time job. She told me what had happened since I left. As I said, Anna just wanted someone to fool around with until her real girlfriend got out of prison. Jane, however, wanted a serious relationship so she started dating Rochelle, another lesbian who is a CSR. Anna didn't like this so she started making Jane's work life a living hell to try to get Jane to go out with her. Jane got fed up so she quit by simply walking out of the office in the middle of her shift. I'd like to see if anyone on here has been a victim of sexual orientation discrimination. If so, please feel free to tell your story.