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Unlawful harassment based on sexual orientation can take many forms such as name calling, jokes, exclusion from important meetings and functions, being told you are "so gay" or "too gay," being told not to discuss your orientation with others, being denied the right to bring your partner to company functions, etc. Employers may not have special rules that apply only to members of the LGBT community such as prohibitions on displaying photographs of your partner/spouse. An employer can not retaliate against you for opposing unlawful conduct. Additionally, California law is very broad, protecting individuals who are not gay but who are perceived to be gay, too.