Gay Flight Attendant Survives Motion to Get Rid of His Discrimination Claim about a Haircut

Is a Mohawk-style haircut so “extreme” that an airline would be justified in not allowing a male flight attendant to work a flight when he reported for duty thus groomed?

In Falcon v. Continental Airlines, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 171349 (D. N.J., Dec. 4, 2013), U.S. District Judge Jose L. Linares ruled that if gay flight attendant Ray Falcon can prove that Continental’s supervisors on duty at Newark Airport on September 23, 2010, knew … <Read More>