A) Supervisors are less likely to take same-sex sexual harassment seriously.
B) States have passed no laws yet that successfully prevent discrimination in employment on the basis of sexual orientation.
C) To prove that sexual harassment has occurred on the basis of one's sexual orientation, victims must show that they were targeted because they belong to a specific category of people such as gay men.
D) Many gay and lesbian employees do not reveal their sexual orientation in the workplace for fear of stigmatization or discrimination.
32) All of the following are criteria used by researchers at the University of Chicago to identify people as homosexual or bisexual, except: 32) ______
A) sexual attraction to persons of one's own gender.
B) participation in a homosexual act.
C) sexual involvement with one or more persons of one's own gender.