There is no federal legislation protecting gays, lesbians and transgender persons from employment discrimination, however:
a.employers need to be aware of possible tort claims that may result from discrimination against gays, lesbians and transgenders.
b.employers need to be aware of state and local ordinances that prohibit job discrimination against homosexuals.
c.public employees adversely affected by employment decisions based on affinity orientation may, under appropriate circumstances, use state constitutions or the First, Fifth or Fourteenth Amendments of the US Constitution as a basis for suit, as well as the constitutional right of privacy.
d.All of the choices are correct.