I’m naturally skeptical when an employee claims sexual orientation bias against straight people.

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So when the plaintiff in this federal court decision I read last night cited as evidence of her employer’s heterosexual animus that her gay coworker received a cake and party by gay supervisors on his 30th work anniversary, whereas she did not receive cake or party for the same occasion, my Spidey senses were really tingling.

Surely, there had to be more to the discrimination lawsuit. And, indeed, there was.

Among other things, the plaintiff applied for a promotion but didn’t receive it. Instead, the defendant promoted a gay woman. Then, the plaintiff was removed from her current position.

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