| Commentary

54 Sex discrimination

| Commentary

54 Sex discrimination

It is unlawful to publish or cause to be published an advertisement which indicates or might reasonably be understood to indicate an intention to discriminate unlawfully on the grounds of, inter alia, sex or marital status (including civil partnership status), or on the grounds that an individual is intending to undergo, is undergoing, or has undergone a gender reassignment, in the field of employment or education or in the provision of goods, facilities, services or premises1. The use of a job description with a sexual connotation such as ‘waiter’, ‘salesgirl’, ‘postman’ or ‘stewardess’ will be taken as

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