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Gay Police Officer Wins $225,000 Settlement in Discrimination Suit

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The Bay Area Reporter.Mannix filed his suit in 2018 in San Francisco Superior Court. He claimed that at the city’s Central Station, he was subjected to frequent antigay insults from Sgts.

Patrick Tobin and Lawrence McDevitt. They would call him “such a queen” and “too dramatic,” and would react to him with remarks like “Ugh, you gays,” the suit says.

He was also denied backup in dangerous situations, according to the suit.Their harassment “was so severe, widespread, and/or persistent that a reasonable gay man in Plaintiff´s circumstances would have considered the work environment to be hostile or abusive,” the suit alleged.Mannix complained to the city’s Department of Human Resources and its Equal Employment Opportunity Division, but a report prepared by Sgt.

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