Doesn't matter. Normally, when we run our mouths at the firehouse, those we're talking about aren't usually there, unless no one knows they're there—just like you described. Some of the officers, from Cowcaddens fire station, in Glasgow, argued that it would have been "embarrassing" for them to attend the Pride Scotia festival, which took place in June, in uniform. But here is the issue, gang: Option 2:
He was accepted to some extent, but I also heard some negative comments and saw some negative behavior.
That's how most of us are. In July, the Justice Department filed a brief in the case, Zarda v. Just listen to the things that come out of people's mouths, probably your own and mine from time to time. What would you do if someone of the opposite sex tried to touch you at work?
Or do you mean someone of your own sex, at work, touching you sexually?