The Act makes it unlawful for an employer to pay any member of a protected class less than the rate paid to employees who are not members of that protected class for "substantially similar work when viewed as a composite of skill, effort and responsibility." Membership in a protected class includes race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, civil union status, domestic partnership status, affectional
or sexual orientation, genetic information, pregnancy or breastfeeding, sex, gender identity or expression, disability or atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait of any individual, or liability for service in the armed forces.
It was the goal of this study to explore the relationship between namesaking and affectional
bonds with parents; out of curiosity, we also examined romantic attachment.
DAS has a total of 32 response items divided across four subscales; dyadic consensus, dyadic affectional
expression, dyadic cohesion and dyadic satisfaction scale.
expression (expressions of love, 4 items).
The DAS consists of 32 - items which yields scores on four subscales; (i) Dyadic Consensus (DC; the degree to which the couple agree on matters of importance to relationship), (ii) Dyadic cohesion (DCH; the degree to which the couple engages in activities together), (iii) Dyadic satisfaction (DS; the degree to which the couple is satisfied with the present state of relationship and is committed to its continuance); and (iv) affectional
expression (AE; the degree to which the couple is satisfied with the expression of affection and sex in the relationship).
Pansexual/Omnisexual: Those who have or are open to having romantic, sexual, or affectional
desire for people of all genders and sexes, including those who are trans or intersex.
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(2005) The Making and Breaking of Affectional
Parental acceptance-rejection is commonly represented along a continuum reflecting the quality of the affectional
bond between parents and their children.
Instead, movement members battled for civil-rights laws banning discrimination on the basis of sexual or affectional
It consists of 4 subscales: "dyadic satisfaction" "dyadic cohesion" "dyadic consensus" and "affectional
experience." The dyadic satisfaction subscale contains 10 items inquiring about positive and negative communication between partners via negative and positive thought models.