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January 05, 2006

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kent

unlike Title VII (which only outlaws discrimination and thus discriminatory harassment), FEHA prohibits all sexual harassment.

however, i still can't think of one case where sexual conduct -- where it didn't have a gender impact -- was found to violate FEHA. you might be outraged, but can you name california case authority that outlaws sexual conduct in the workplace without finding a gender impact?

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