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bruuuno 1:53 Thu May 31
Job interview asking sexual orientation?
What the fuck has my sex life to do with it?

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bruuuno 4:34 Tue Jun 5
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Darlo Debs 10:05 Tue Jun 5


Gays are reknowned for being hysterical drama queens

Hermit Road 12:35 Tue Jun 5
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It’s good that the NHS is used to cut people’s cocks off, splay them open and turn them into imitation minges, this is probably just want Bevin had in mind when he asked for healthcare that was free at the point of delivery.

Darlo Debs 10:05 Tue Jun 5
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such as?

bruuuno 9:30 Tue Jun 5
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the BBC's head of diversity and inclusion Tunde Ogungbesan said it was to provide support for lesbian and transgender people after it realised that most of its senior LGBT staff were gay or bisexual



Explains an awful lot

Queens Fish Bar 12:18 Tue Jun 5
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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/06/04/nearly-two-million-britons-expected-question-gender-health-boss/

The NHS must "be prepared" for nearly two million Britons to question their gender in coming years, a health boss has said.

James Palmer, the medical director for specialised services at NHS England, said in the future he expected up to three per cent of the population would make contact with transgender health services at some point in their lives.

Speaking at a conference on Monday Mr Palmer said that the expansion and improvement of NHS services could cause the growth in demand to "accelerate".

"We've got to be prepared to start thinking about designing a healthcare service that will allow somewhere around one to three per cent of the population at some point in their lives having a discussion about their gender," he said.

Based on current population estimates, this would mean 1.97m people in the UK using gender identity services, with around 1.6m of these living in England.

He told the audience that "referrals to adult services have increased by 240 per cent over the last five year period.

"There are currently 7,500 adults waiting for an appointment with our services. No other specialist service has seen this growth, anywhere near. As a result there is absolutely not sufficient capacity in the system," he warned.


Britain's first openly transgender officer tells her story
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However Mr Palmer, a former consultant neurosurgeon, also said he believed the growth was "a good thing".

"It's got to be a good thing is that there are people out there that want to explore their gender. The fact that it's in the younger age group has got to be a good thing.

"For a young adult, to be able to come forward, to seek that expertise, earlier [rather] than much much later in life, that's got to be a good thing," he said.

Experts also told the audience at the Westminster Social Policy Forum event, titled "Next steps for transgender equality - inclusion, rights and services", that the age profile of people approaching services was getting younger.

In one case study, the average age of patients referred to the Nottingham gender clinic, which treats people aged 17 and over, had dropped from 40 when it first opened in 1998 to just over 20 currently.

Dr Polly Carmichael, clinical director of the gender identity development service at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, which treats children and young people, said the organisation had experienced an "unprecedented" 100 per cent increase in referrals between 2015 and 2016.


Children are not given cross-sex hormones at the clinic until the age of 16 but may be given puberty blockers which delay the onset of puberty.

Dr Carmichael added that data showed children referred before puberty were less likely to go on to have physical treatment later in life.

Earlier in the day the BBC's head of diversity and inclusion Tunde Ogungbesan said it was to provide support for lesbian and transgender people after it realised that most of its senior LGBT staff were gay or bisexual.

It had initially excluded LGBT people from a series of schemes designed to help underrepresented groups at the BBC after surveys showed that 11 per cent of the BBC's workforce were lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, 12 per cent of whom were in positions of leadership.

But bosses changed their minds after staff pointed out that most of the most senior figures were gay and bisexual, and there was a lack of lesbian and transgender figures.

"We were missing the fact that even though we do have these high figures, these were mainly the Gs and the Bs," he said.

Jim79 11:56 Fri Jun 1
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Just answer the question you queer.

swt.

gph 11:28 Fri Jun 1
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Even if the job's with a transgender Muslim cobbler's?

Allah ul akshoebar!

lowermarshhammer 10:54 Fri Jun 1
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1994

Sydney Oxford Street

Needed a job.

The first restaurant I walked into to ask if they needed anyone.

"Sorry we don't employ straights in here."

Got a job in a vegetarian restaurant about an hour later, luckily they employed meat eaters. Food in there was excellent but that's really for the vegetarian thread.

geoffpikey 10:38 Fri Jun 1
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Shoe bomber!

(It's shoo-in. FFS)

13 Brentford Rd 2:48 Fri Jun 1
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Just say you're a transgender, Muslim.
Shoe in!

Chigwell 2:28 Fri Jun 1
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I've just been on two British Airways flights. Was it a job application to be one of their cabin stewards by any chance?

After8 12:44 Fri Jun 1
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Surface

Of course I would be!

Jasnik 12:35 Fri Jun 1
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brunno so whats the answer?

Cheezey Bell-End 12:29 Fri Jun 1
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You could say 'autosexual'. If they ask, say 'I just like wanking'.

Hammer and Pickle 10:39 Thu May 31
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I do like WHO close season.

gph 10:38 Thu May 31
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"no russ, as I said earlier in the thread it was late I'd had a spliff and I wrote interview instead of application in error"

I hope your spliff hasn't made you write gynophagia in answer to the question.

Boycie 10:31 Thu May 31
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potential employers can ask. You can decline to answer. The data is required for equality and diversity policy recording/monitoring etc. The result of years of people not asking "why the fuck are we doing this?" but going along with it

bruuuno 6:20 Thu May 31
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no russ, as I said earlier in the thread it was late I'd had a spliff and I wrote interview instead of application in error

Russ of the BML 5:20 Thu May 31
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So you were never actually asked "in your interview" what your sexual orientation was?

Sven Roeder 5:17 Thu May 31
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Bloke at McDonalds: Yes you are right, bruuuno, we shouldn’t be asking your sexual orientation

* scrawls ‘nailed on gay’ across job application*

JonWHUFC 5:04 Thu May 31
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Tell them you are a transgender midget with one arm and from an ethnic background. They will not only offer you the job but fast track you into the boardroom.

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