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Man and his Trans wife sue Amazon for discrimination, harassment

by Mike Andrew – SGN Staff Writer A Kentucky man and his Transgender wife sued Amazon on August 9, charging that they endured sustained discrimination and harassment during the year they spent working at Amazon’s warehouse in northern Kentucky. Dane Lane and his wife, Allegra Schawe-Lane went to work for Amazon in October 2014, and quit a year later because they found their working conditions ‘intolerable’ their lawsuit says. A lawyer working with the couple said the case is notable because Amazon, one of the nation’s largest corporations, has been publicly supportive of LGBT rights. In fact, Schawe-Lane said, she wanted a job with Amazon in part because of the company’s reputation as LGBT-friendly. ‘I thought we would be safe and accepted,’ Schawe-Lane said in a telephone interview with Fox News. ‘Instead it was like a bad dream. Every day, I’d wish it was ‘Candid Camera’ and someone would pop out a

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