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01/14/2009

Video: Mint on the pillow, harassment on the job line

by Jeremy Hooper

An update on the Tennessee hotel firings. This From WMSV, Nashville's NBC affiliate:

I have women working for me? That is part of this dude's "I'm not anti-gay" defense -- that he willingly hires females? What's his next line of defense: That some of his best friends possess a Y chromosome?! Or maybe that he continued to watch "Mad Men" even after they promoted Peggy Olsen and gave her an office?!

Look, we're of course all about innocence until proven guilty around her. However, we have to be honest: If the multiple employee testimonies didn't already have us casting aspersions, then the attempted name-clearing-via-lady-employing would have been enought to send our eyebrows sky high!

Pressure increases on Tennessee hotelier who 'dared' fired gay man to sue [P1Q]

**EARLIER: Do not disturb (our heterosexuality): Nashville hotel forcibly checks out gays [G-A-Y]

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I feel so bad for Timothy at 1:10, being forced to expose his sexuality so publicly. But I'm glad he was brave enough to do it.

Posted by: Matt Algren | Jan 14, 2009 6:22:16 PM

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