Legislation is an act or process of making of enacting laws. The noun legislation refers to the actual law enacted by a legislative body at the national. Legislation made radical changes to tax laws, health care and immigration law. In some stats it was illegal to kiss the same sex as you however that has all changed now.
Sex Discrimination Act
The sex discrimination act is the sexual discrimination act of 1975 was introduced to protect individuals from discrimination of the groups of sex. An act to render unlawful certain kinds of sex discrimination on the ground of marriage.
Sex discrimination strengths and right.
You have the right not to be treated unfairly because of your gender.
Accommodation you have the right not to be discriminated against because of your gender when someone provides you with accommodation.
Advertising it is against the law to publish an advertisement that suggests an intention to commit an illegal act of sex discrimination.
Example of sex discrimination advertisements include:
A restaurant owner puts up a sign saying ‘waiters are required’ this implies that the job is open to men only. However, the advertisement needs to make it clear that the vacancy is open to both men and women.
Sex Discrimination Weaknesses
Direct discrimination treating someone less favourably because of their actual or perceived sex, or because of the sex of someone with they associate. Indirect discrimination can occur