Would it be a bad idea to disclose my sexuality during interviews?

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allantois

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You are continually missing the point....the point is....THIS IS NOT A TOPIC TO SPEAK ABOUT IN A PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW, period, end of story. Right, wrong, good bad, legal, illegal doesn't matter, it's just not something to discuss in a professional interview. Just like you wouldn't go into the interview and start talking politics and religion or a whole host of other topics. They are not only irrelevant, but also just not appropriate for an interview, end of story.

Now, if the OP wants to take the chance, hey, more power to her, that will just leave an extra seat somewhere for someone else that can conduct a professional interview.
Sounds like the only "professional" interview you ever had was at Chick-fil-A.

Professional schools, on the other hand, are actively seeking diversity in their student bodies.

Also, guess what students at Loma Linda/Creighton talk about on their interviews?
 
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Sounds like the only "professional" interview you ever had was at Chick-fil-A.

Professional schools, on the other hand, are actively seeking diversity in their student bodies.

Also, guess what students at Loma Linda/Creighton talk about on their interviews?
The key to a successful interview is knowing your audience...
 
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