Are you a victim of housing discrimination?

The Fair Housing Act and the Tennessee Human Rights Act prohibit a difference in treatment in residential housing that is based on one's:
Race, Color, Religion, National Origin, Sex, Familial Status, or Disability. (Creed in Tennessee)

Sex: Means- your gender - treating men differently than women.
sexual harassment - if your landlord asks to trade sexual favors for rent
gender identity - if your landlord treats you differently because you don't fit into the landlord's idea of who a person should marry or how a person
should dress. (ie: same sex couples or gender identity)

Familial Status Means - the presence of one or more people under the age of 18 in the home
a parent attempting to regain custody of one or more children
a pregnant woman

Disability Means - a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activity
a person may be defined as disabled under the Fair Housing Act even if not so defined by the Social Security Department
may be a person with the disability, with a record of having a disability, or is perceived as having a disability