ObnoxiousGit, have a good cry about it, it helps to vent your frustrations. (is that the pussy angle covered ok?)
I'll bite, but your hyperbole is just as silly as the first gents. Where is your reasoning, or properly marshalled arguments?
To take a different example to illustrate the point. Say, a person born in a wheelchair. We will install ramps, adjust heights of desks, remove lips around doors to give them free and easy access. Obviously more effort is being spent on this person, they are patently not being treated the same as someone blessed with being able bodied.
However, they are being treated equally. Given equal access to a working environment and something approaching the same opportunities in that environment.
So, treating someone the same is very different to treating someone equally. The first is based on encouraging similar behaviour, the second on valuing the individual. I know which I prefer in my staff.
Take another example, someone going through a major life crisis (death in family, divorce, whatever), you really wouldn't deal robustly with them in many a situation, you would (or I would), show some compassion. Someone else though, not undergoing those stresses, they don't get that extra tolerance.
They are not being treated the same, but are being treated equally according to what I consider reasonable.
Am I proud? Yup, extremely, thanks for asking.
(seriously though, get out of whatever work environment you are in where any of what you wrote exists, or is ok, it's not normal...)