Op-Ed: It is unlawful to discriminate ‘because of sex.’ But just what does which actually mean?

Op-Ed: It is unlawful to discriminate ‘because of sex.’ But just what does which actually mean?

The Department of Justice a week ago tossed straight down the gauntlet in new york, filing case alleging that their state violated federal anti-discrimination legislation by limiting trans people’ usage of restrooms in local government structures. Among those federal rules, Title VII regarding the 1964 Civil Rights Act, forbids employment discrimination as a result of battle, color, nationwide beginning, faith – and intercourse. DOJ claims that new york has involved in intercourse discrimination, because, in DOJ’s view, “sex” includes “gender identity.”

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