Over accomodating mother
Standing on the doorstepn was a woman of about sixty years of age, medium height, slim, wearing a knee length skirt and white blouse which did nothing to hide the shape of her breasts and large nipples." I'm sorry to bother you, but I'm moving in to next door today but there's been a mix up with the keys and the estate agent can't get to me for a couple of hours, I'm desperate for the loo and just wondered...." "No problem," I replied, opening the door wider, " top of the stairs, first door on the left." She went upstairs, on her return, not wishing to turn her out in the cold I asked her if she'd like to stay and have a coffee while waiting for her keys to which she greatfuly agreed.The Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) forbids discrimination based on pregnancy when it comes to any aspect of employment, including hiring, firing, pay, job assignments, promotions, layoff, training, fringe benefits, such as leave and health insurance, and any other term or condition of employment.
I reluctantly stood up, and she straightening her skirt said, "You can keep my panties, I shall expect to hear you knocking on my door in the not to distant future........" This story is protected by International Copyright Law, by the author, all rights reserved.I led her into the kitchen and she sat at the table, crossing her legs, her skirt riding up to reveal a glimpse of suspenders and stocking tops.I busied myself making coffee but couldn't resist quick glimpses of her shapely legs.For example, the employer may have to provide light duty, alternative assignments, disability leave, or unpaid leave to pregnant employees if it does so for other temporarily disabled employees.Additionally, impairments resulting from pregnancy (for example, gestational diabetes or preeclampsia, a condition characterized by pregnancy-induced hypertension and protein in the urine) may be disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
I was soon spotted, however." Like what you see do you ?