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Mark Daniel Snyder: How The EEOC Made The Case For A United LGBT Movement

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.
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