As one person found out on Monday, it’s not so easy to prove sexual orientation bias when you’re straight.

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One of the largest jury verdicts in recent memory for a claim of employment discrimination was a $25.6 million award to a white manager who alleged that her former employer fired her because of her race.

But these wins involving discrimination against the so-called “majority” are few and far between.

Just getting the case to trial is difficult.

For example, last night, I read a Sixth Circuit decision involving a heterosexual woman who alleged that her sexual orientation motivated her employer to demote her from a position into which it had promoted her five years earlier.

Why did she

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