Blondes might have more fun, but they don't have more rights or protections under federal employment discrimination law. That's just one of the conclusions that led a federal judge in Philadelphia to dismiss a Title VII suit brought by a white, Jewish, blonde woman from Moldavia whose claims of discrimination included sexist and sexual comments made by her boss regarding her hair color.
Offensive Behavior Not Necessarily Harassment
The Legal Intelligencer
May 23, 2003
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