2 / 2 pts
Gene is a homosexual and the only male who works at Rita's Boutique. Several of the female employees have told Gene that they could turn him straight if he gave them the chance. Rita has overheard these comments and she is concerned that the conduct could be problematic.
Which of the following statements regarding this hypothetical situation is most correct?
Under the 'Common Practice' doctrine, Gene does not have a claim because gossip and inappropriate comments are expected at boutiques.
In order to proceed with a claim, Gene must advise the females that he is offended by the comments within a reasonable amount of time after the comments are made.
Rita shouldn't worry about this.
Rita should be concerned because this could be sex discrimination (in the form of sexual harassment).
Rita should be concerned because this... View the full answer