From "That's Life," by Edward Dolnick in The Atlantic, January, 1990, reviewing a newsletter called View from the Ledge, which is produced by one Chuck Shepherd:
Long before Robert Bork's name was well known, for example, Bork had surfaced in View from the Ledge. "The Civil Rights Act routinely has been interpreted to prohibit sexual `harassment' of employees," Shepherd wrote in 1985, "but Judge Robert Bork of the US Court of Appeals . . . now reports that his court says only such harassment by heterosexuals and homosexuals is covered--but not that by bisexual employers, who in theory do not `discriminate' among their targets on the basis of gender."
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