The NJLAD prohibits employers from discriminating against an employee or prospective employee because the employer believes the employee is homosexual, bisexual or heterosexual when the employee is not. It is unlawful to for an employer to discriminate due to the employee being perceived, presumed or identified by others as having such orientation and the employee does not have such orientation. If your employer is treating you as if you are a sexual orientation you are not, and discriminating against you on that basis, contact an experienced employment lawyer at Kurkowski Law today.