Sexual Orientation - Protected Characteristics

Key Points

  • Homosexuality, bi-sexuality and heterosexuality are covered by the definition.  Asexuality is likely to be.
  • There is a religious exception whereby acts that would be unlawful are not in certain circumstances.
  • Opposing rights are balanced on the facts in each case but services cannot be withheld for discriminatory reasons.
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