The Supreme Court effectively just told Americans that they must consider men women and women men in the workplace. This will not end well.
The Supreme Court’s ruling obliterates any commonsense distinctions between the sexes and makes a defining of sex clearly subjective and superfluous.
It’s laughable to argue that anyone who wrote — or read — the Civil Rights Act of 1964 understood ‘sex’ to mean anything other than male or female.
The recent SCOTUS decision seems like an LGBT victory, but not so fast. By linking the rights of gay and transgender people to sex, the left has bound itself to whatever definition ‘sex’ takes on.
Warren’s recent story intended to underscore the type of sexual discrimination women might face in the workforce as a result of pregnancy. But if she’s lying, it accomplishes quite the opposite.
The upcoming SCOTUS fights over these issues is about more than just employment law and LGBT protections. The outcome of this battle will affect many Americans.
Following the rules, guidelines, and legal processes only disabled me and conditioned me never to speak up again if I found myself in a similar situation.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh told senators, ‘The days of discriminating against gay and lesbian Americans or treating [them] as inferior in dignity and worth are over.’
Hillary and Trump are similarly situated, yet in investigating allegations of illegality, the FBI approached the cases differently. It’s extremely clear from the inspector general report.
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