EPA Asks Employees If They’re Straight, Gay, or ‘Something Else’
A new survey from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) asks employees if they are gay, straight or “something else.”
The EPA launched a pilot program that would allow employees to voluntarily provide information on their sexual orientation and gender identity, reports The Washington Free Beacon.
The Sexual Orientation Gender Identity (SOGI) survey asks multiple questions about employee’s pay, education, marital status etc. before branching off into questions about gender identity. – READ MORE