Leftist rag Vox penned an article on Friday suggesting Vice President Mike Pence’s personal policy on dining with women other than his wife “isn’t honorable” and is “probably illegal,” per Townhall.
The author claimed his policy might violate Title VII “as sex discrimination.”
Check it out (via Vox):
[T]he practice described by Pence in that 2002 interview is clearly illegal when practiced by a boss in an employment setting, and deeply damaging to women’s employment opportunities.
Title VII, which governs workplace discrimination, does not allow employers to treat people differently on the basis of certain protected characteristics, one of which is sex. This means that an employer cannot set the terms and conditions of employment differently for one gender than for the other. This includes any aspect of the relationship between employer and employees — extending to benefits like equal access to the employer.
By law, working dinners with the boss could be considered an opportunity to which both sexes must have equal access.
Another reporter for the National Post wrote Pence’s policy is “about rape culture.”
And the liberal meltdowns continue…