A former postal worker who claims he was subjected to incessant harassment by his co-workers based upon his homosexuality cannot go forward with a federal employment discrimination claim, a Long Island federal judge has found.

While calling the alleged conduct “offensive,” Eastern District Judge Leonard D. Wexler said he was “constrained” to hold that discrimination based upon sexual orientation is not discrimination “based upon sex” under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

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