So I got a nasty taste of discrimination today! I interviewed for a job at a pediatric office and they were gushing about my resume and personality and background. I shadowed the physician, they offered me the job, and we were discussing contract details. Then the office manager (also the physician's husband) started asking personal questions about my childcare arrangements, etc., and I politely let him know that even though it's not necessary for me to tell him, I had a support network in place and have worked, gone to school, and had a child during my husband's deployments before. He then stopped contacting me for 2 weeks. I finally called today and he said, "but what will you do with 2 kids while you're at work?" I was shocked and told him I would do what any mother does and utilize someone else to care for my children during work hours. He said they "really like" me and want to "accommodate" me but he just doesn't know anyone who could have 2 kids, work full-time, and have a husband in the military. "No one could juggle that many balls", is what he said. He also specifically said they've been "burned" before by female employees when their children got sick. I didn't even know what to say so I told him to go ahead and send me the contract details for the part-time job. Since then I came to my senses and said thank-you, but no thank you. I'm convinced the change of heart came because he didn't realize I was pregnant during the interview (I was open about it when I shadowed the physician).Anyway, I'm livid but don't feel that pursuing legal action is worth it. Is there any kind of just reporting that won't involve any further action?