Marco Rubio over his opposition to same-sex marriage, asking the Republican presidential candidate why he wanted to “put [him] back in the closet.” The exchange took place at the Puritan Backroom Restaurant in Manchester, where Rubio stopped to talk to voters a day before the first-in-the-nation primary.“So Marco, being a gay man, why do you want to put me back in the closet?A former female Magic Leap executive, who says she was hired to make the augmented reality startup "less of a boys club," has sued the tech company for unlawful sex discrimination.The suit also alleges that the hostile work environment has lead to dysfunction, causing the Plantation, Fla.-headquartered company to miss deadlines.Quite the opposite, in fact – all of them do, albeit with various levels of intensity.UPDATE (Saturday, April 15): Arrest made in case of man accused of punching woman in Riverside garage A man remains at large after punching a woman who refused his sexual advances early March 12 in Downtown Riverside.
The video, released by The Washington Post, was recorded while Mr Trump was speaking with TV host Billy Bush during the taping of US entertainment show Access Hollywood in 2005.
“I think that’s what the law should be, and if you don’t agree, you should have the law changed by the legislature,” he said. “The law already has been changed,” he said, referring to a June Supreme Court decision that made marriage equality the law of the land.
“I respect your view,” Rubio said finally as he began to walk away. “Walk away when you got something.” Rubio is far from the only Republican presidential candidate to oppose marriage equality.
The man made sexual advances toward her, and when she refused them he punched her in the face.
The punch left the victim with a “significant injury,” the news release said.