14 July 2014

Bank Gays Employees Are Embarassed

Chase Bank
Gays are embarrassed about who they are that they try shun a survey that tried to identify their sexual identity. This is how some employees of JP Morgan Chase bank is saying when they were handed by an internal company survey that asked if they considered themselves friend of the lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender (LGBT) community.

Many of the gay employees reported to Professor Robert George of Princeton, who runs a law blog, that this year’s company survey — which is distributed to employees annually as a means of gauging work satisfaction — asked respondents to note if they were disabled, had children or spouses and domestic spouses with disabilities and were members of the LGBT community.

But the last question was the most controversial. It read: "Are you … an ally of the LGBT community, but not personally identifying as LGBT?"

Some gay employees said that they are embarrassed to answer that question because it could open them to charges of discrimination against straight people that could negatively impact their employment.

This means that as long as the gay community can shout their heathen agenda anonymously, then it is fine. But when it is time to identify who they are, like what this survey is trying to do, they run and hide under their mother’s skirt.

"You had to enter your employee ID. With the way things are going and the fact that LGBT rights are being viewed as pretty much tantamount to the civil rights movement of the mid '50s to late '60s, not selecting that option is essentially saying, 'I'm not an ally of civil rights,' which is a vague way to say, 'I’m a bigot.' The worry among many of us is that those who didn’t select that poorly placed, irrelevant option will be placed on the 'you can fire these people first' list," one of the employees said.

This second source, who requested anonymity to protect his job said: "I just wanted to confirm the Chase employee survey. It did have the last two options about being an LGBT ally. I have wired for Chase for [a number of] years and was blown away by this question. I have no idea what they were thinking when they asked that. If this is posted, please spare my identity."