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Pansexuals are open to any person regardless of their gender or sex.
The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate, or treat employees unfavourably because of their pregnancy, or because they have given birth recently, are breastfeeding or on maternity leave.
However, while there is uncertainty over whether the Equality Act would allow a claim of direct discrimination by association because of pregnancy or maternity, The Equality and Human Rights Commission's Code of Practice on Employment advises that an employee who is treated less favourably because of their association with a pregnant woman may have a claim for sex discrimination. For example, this might be because they have made or supported a complaint about pregnancy, maternity or breastfeeding discrimination.
Employers should ensure they have rules in place which are designed to prevent discrimination in: Acas fully supports a new awareness initiative launched by the EHRC to reduce pregnancy and maternity discrimination in the workplace.
The word Pansexual is derived from the Greek prefix pan, meaning "all".
The term is reflective of those who feel they are sexually/emotionally/spiritually capable of falling in love with all genders.
Definition: Pansexuals have the capability of attraction to others regardless of their gender identity or biological sex.
A pansexual could be open to someone who is male, female, transgender, intersex, or agendered/genderqueer.
Discrimination happens when a woman is treated unfavourably because of her pregnancy, pregnancy-related illness or she exercises the right to statutory maternity leave.
There are two main types of pregnancy and maternity discrimination.
Is when a female employee is treated unfavourably because of her pregnancy or maternity leave or because she is breastfeeding.