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Brenda:
Cross Dressing Teacher Sues Georgetown College

Man Also Sued Restaurants He Was Thrown Out Of

POSTED: 2:27 pm EDT June 6, 2005

GEORGETOWN, Ky. -- A sociology teacher who was thrown out of two Lexington restaurants for wearing women's clothing is suing Georgetown College for sexual discrimination.

Jeremy D. Kerr alleged in a lawsuit that Georgetown discriminated against him when it declined to rehire him last fall after rumors circulated that he had been seen wearing women's clothing.

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Svetlana:
if he was ejected for wearing clothing that any woman wouldn't have been ejected for wearing, then absolutely fair dues on the discrimination charge, as that's precisely what it is.  and good luck to him.

if he was ejected for wearing excessively taboo clothing that anybody would've been ejected for wearing, then he's just taking advantage.  on that count, it's nothing to do with discrimination, and is rather a uniform policy and/or public decency issue.

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