SocGen office said 'loaded with hate-spewing bigots'

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'I don’t understand why you don’t have a girlfriend'.

International banking giant Société Générale is loaded with hate-spewing bigots in at least one of its Manhattan offices, where a boss routinely harassed and ridiculed a gay underling and superiors turned a blind eye to it, a new lawsuit charges.

The New York Post reports that Mourad Raji said in a discrimination lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday that his 18 months as a sales analyst at the French bank’s Park Avenue office included being repeated referred to as a “P.D.,’’ a French slur for gay men, and that he was eventually marginalized because he is gay.

SocGen has said that it is 'strongly committed to nondiscrimination and diversity in the workplace wherever we do business'.

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