The EEOC's ruling makes the case for feminine men, butch women, and really everybody who may be discriminated against because he or she is not behaving in a way that conforms to stereotypes about gender to unite in our cause for full equality.
By Jacob Combs In a breaking news update late last night, Chris Geidner of Metro Weekly reported on an April 20 opinion issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Comission (EEOC) holding that employment discrimination on the basis ... Read Post
From Chris Geidner at MetroWeekly: An employer who discriminates against an employee or applicant on the basis of the person's gender identity is violating the prohibition on sex discrimination contained in Title VII of the Civil Ri... Read Post
In April 2012, with Macy v. Holder, the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced that the sex discrimination provisions of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protect transgender people. This decision may cons... Read Post