Translation of sex discrimination in Spanish:

sex discrimination

discriminación sexual, n.

noun

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    discriminación sexual feminine
    • In order to fulfil the third requirement he must prove the absence of sex discrimination, direct or indirect.
    • The distinction arises because of the peculiar meaning of sex discrimination for men.
    • But it was wrong to sanction blatant sex discrimination as a way to achieve them.
    • Costa alleged that her firing was an act of sex discrimination.
    • They are also seeking compensation for unfair dismissal and sex discrimination under European legislation.
    • Put simply, if a woman is fired, and a man in her situation would not have been, then that is sex discrimination under the law, too.
    • I see no reasonable prospect of his persuading a tribunal that this was sex discrimination.
    • Her other columns on sexual harassment and other forms of sex discrimination can be found in the archive of her columns on this site.
    • As a result, not much is known about lawmakers' intent in adding protections against sex discrimination to the law.
    • It also confronts our judiciary with an instance of sex discrimination that has yet to be recognized as such.
    • And sex discrimination by a state government is an obvious Fourteenth Amendment violation.
    • Her previous columns on sex discrimination and other issues may be found in the archive of her columns on this site.
    • In the 1970s, the Supreme Court held that sex discrimination was unconstitutional.
    • Her other columns on sex discrimination may be found in the archive of her columns on this site.
    • No court has ever acknowledged this result in the context of sex discrimination.
    • Men often make more than their female partners - a reality that itself is largely the product of sex discrimination.
    • The legislation is not there to tackle discriminatory treatment but to outlaw sex discrimination.
    • A labor law prohibiting sexual harassment and sex discrimination went into effect in April.
    • This is simply sex discrimination masquerading as readiness legislation.
    • When she was denied promotion and tenure at the University of New Hampshire, she sued for sex discrimination.