In 2015, she sued for LGBT discrimination. One landmark SCOTUS decision later, she still lost.

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The former part-time Director of Operations for a college hockey team was sure that her employer fired her because she was gay.

Consider the following:

During the 2014-15 season, the women’s hockey team had five staff and coaches, all of whom were gay women. The part-time Director of Operations (also a gay woman) openly dated the head coach. Sometime in the summer or fall of 2014, the school’s Athletic Director decided to fire the head coach, the part-time Director of Operations, and four other staff members (all gay women). Ultimately, the Athletic Director did not renew the contracts

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