Falsely Claiming Someone Is Gay Is No Longer Defamation In NY, Ryan Field Books

 Falsely Claiming Someone Is Gay Is No Longer Defamation In NY

I didn’t even know this existed. At one time, if you called someone gay there was so much shame associated with being gay that it was considered defamatory and it could ruin a life. Especially if it wasn’t true. 

“It meant that it was so shameful and such a disgrace that it was just assumed that obviously your reputation has been injured and you don’t have to prove that element” of damages, Eric Lesh, executive director of the LGBT Bar Association of New York, told NBC News.

Here’s the rest. Unfortunately, we still have a long way to go before everyone agrees that there’s no shame in being called gay. 



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