This post relates to my last one (Why waste my time). Not only was my time wasted because there's no openings, but my mom and husband think I was discriminated against. They want me to write a letter to the interviewer's superior, but I don't want to burn any bridges. This is a private religious school (that's all I'll say) and I've always thought they were able to ask more personal questions, but I could be wrong. Anyway, the interviewer asked me many personal questions (ex: what my husband does for a living)...maybe one question about my job/teaching and that's it. Then, she mentioned that she noticed I had a speech issue. She wanted to know if it was just nerves or just a speech problem and if I had problems with my speech while teaching. I told her that I have a slight speech impediment due to my vocal cords "spazes" (called spasmodic dysphonia) and some stuttering because of it. This happens when my throat muscles tense up and it almost never happens when I'm teaching (because I'm comfortable then). Many people don't catch on to my speech impediment because it is very mild and it's basically just longer silent pauses, filler phrases "um" "you know" and they think I'm nervous or just thinking. Do you think what she asked was illegal and discriminatory?