Why You Can’t Discriminate Based on Gender Identity

Today, the Supreme Court ruled on a small batch of cases on discrimination in the workplace, as they relate to Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

The short summary is: an employer cannot discriminate against someone for being transgender or gay. Phew. As a trans person currently looking for a job, I’m giving a huge sigh of relief there, lemme tell you.

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