by Michael Fox
It may be a more exciting place than I would ever have thought given the one piece of evidence that a white male provided to bolster his claim of reverse discrimination, required for such a claim in the 7th Circuit. His evidence,
at a training exercise early in his term of employment with the IRS, two female employees climbed onto a government vehicle, danced on top of it and proceeded to “moon” the audience, yet were not disciplined.
Without commenting on such a sight, the Court merely noted it failed to see how such evidence showed the IRS favored minorities or women in its employment practices.Katerinos v. U.S. Dept. of Treasury (7th Cir. 5/12/04).