Both men and women are equally protected against unlawful sex discrimination. Gender Provisions of the Equality Act
Direct sex discrimination is where an employer treats a woman or man less favourably than someone of the opposite sex because of sex. Direct Sex Discrimination
An employer's motives in discriminating are irrelevant in determining whether or not unlawful sex discrimination has occurred. Direct Sex Discrimination
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