The same attorney who has won public notice for trying to sue McDonald’s on the grounds that the institution is responsible for America’s obesity is now behind the now well-known sex-discrimination lawsuit against Catholic University’s decision to reintroduce single-sex dormitories. Citing District of Columbia’s Human Rights Act, Professor Banzhaf believes CUA’s decision does not qualify for the Act’s exemption of discrimination of any kind outside of “business necessity”: “without such exception [discrimination on the basis of sex], such business cannot be conducted. [Source]”
I don’t know anything about Professor Banzhaf private life, but I think I will sue him anyway. In fact I am considering a class action lawsuit against him. For example if he is heterosexual than that means he discriminated against men in his selection of a possible mate. This is totally outrageous that he would make any such decision based on sex alone. If he has same-sex attraction the same goes for his discrimination against women as a suitable partner. Either way he has discriminated against a whole group of persons based on sex alone and this outrageous behavior certainly deserves that a class action lawsuit should be brought against him.