Directly discriminating someone for example treating them differently to others, treating someone unfairly and comparing someone to someone else as their least favorite. Verbally discriminating someone or showing them physically so when reported their is proof, also known as overt. Direct discrimination comes under all Equality acts 2010.This is when rules are made but has a advantage to a few people. This is discriminating someone which can be hard to get proof of as it opposite to direct discrimination and is not easy to spot. This can include making comments about a certain religion but not directly to them, and treating people unfairly.This is an act which prevents discrimination towards people who are from LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender). Sex discrimination can be done directly, or indirectly.For example “If the manager of a company said that male employees would be considered for the supervisor’s position first, this would be ‘direct’ discrimination on the basis of sex”.Getting to know the Sex Discrimination Act www.humanrights.gov.au Males being offered the supervisor’s position first is direct discrimination because the manager is stating males have more opportunity for this position than females. This is discriminating females, this could also be vice verse where males are discriminated.