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Now that the blue month of January has been and gone, one may assume that the arrival of February would bring with it a sea of optimism and vigour. However, this assumption may not ring true for everybody, especially at the beginning of the month. National Sickie Day falls on the first Monday of February. It is widely perceived as the day on which workers are most likely to call in sick for work, those who do so providing a combination of authentic and fabricated excuses. In , it was estimated that around , employees would call in sick on National Sickie Day.
String of British firms switch over to four-day working week
National Coming Out Day on Oct. When Christine, at year-old student who identifies as queer began to do rounds at local health clinics where she attends medical school in Missouri, she felt she had to keep much of her personal life obscured. The Supreme Court heard arguments this week on whether the civil rights laws barring workplace discrimination based on gender also applies to gender identity and sexual orientation. For Christine, who is Palestinian, her decision to not come out were was layered. She ended up not addressing her sexuality because there was so much focus on her racial identity.
We need an amnesty. Never has a person lost their job for being white or straight in North America, or been denied an apartment for being white and straight, or been leered at or attacked by strangers for simply holding hands with their significant others. There is a level of social and systemic privilege not afforded to many members of the LGBTQ community in North America, and certainly in many countries around the world. The motive has always been — and should remain — political.