"I am a Christian and I believe marriage is between one man and one woman," Nancy Fivecoate, the owner of Carter Tax Service in Indiana reportedly said.
A seventh grader was asked to cover up a shirt that teachers found offensive, but the girl's parents say the shirt touts a message of anti-discrimination.
A gate agent accused one of the women of pushing her and called the police.
Renee and Jenan Ayesh were visiting Dallas from their hometown in Oklahoma when they were questioned about being American.
Research has shown women are far more likely to be judged based on their appearance at work - not just their clothes, hair and makeup, but also their weight.
"Your hair doesn’t define you; your conduct, your character, your work ethic, that’s what defines you."
Monica Blake, an African-American woman who has served in the Nashville, Tenn., police department since 2005, says she's been the target of both blatant and subtle acts retaliation based on several complaints she has filed against thedepartment.