In an unusual amicus brief, a group of people who used to be transgender say that not only should gender identity not be a protected class, but that it’s an imaginary construct of traumatized minds.
What the Sixth Circuit did by unilaterally imposing a trendy notion that sex and biology aren’t related was an attempt to silence one point of view. The Supreme Court can correct that.
Employees can allege discrimination and receive money as a result, without ever having to prove that discrimination actually took place. This encourages more frivolous complaints.
A brief primer on federal employment law exposes the error sweeping the judicial system.
The decision rests on a firm and universal understanding of both ‘woman’ and ‘man,’ the kind of black and white labels the LGBT community typically avoids.
Monday, the Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal from the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals on whether sexual orientation discrimination is illegal under Title VII.
The judges telegraphed pretty clearly their view that the government could force Harris Funeral Homes to allow Anthony Stevens to present as a woman at work.
The Obama administration’s Title IX regulation changes are nothing short of an attempt to rewrite this venerable statute without congressional oversight.
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