EPA Asks Employees If They’re Straight, Gay, or ‘Something Else’
by Elizabeth Harrington
Agency spokesman describes pilot program as 'robust and scientific'
The Environmental Protection Agency is asking all its employees whether they are straight, gay, or “something else” in an effort to create a more “inclusive” workplace.
The Washington Free Beacon obtained a copy of the agency’s Sexual Orientation Gender Identity (SOGI) survey, which is part of a pilot program to voluntarily collect information on its employees.
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