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Gee, you think this might lead to lawsuits?

From 538 Significant Digits: Title VII Attorney General Jeff Sessions has changed a federal policy with a memo to agency heads and U.S. attorneys indicating that Title VII’s sex discrimination protections do not apply to transgender workers. This could lead … Continue reading

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Employment discrimination for being “too cute”

I’d said so: Therapist Fired for Being ‘Too Cute’ May Proceed With Gender-Bias Claim Andrew Denney, New York Law Journal August 22, 2017  A woman who was fired because she was “too cute” and made her employer’s wife jealous may … Continue reading

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Even NFL cheerleaders get the blues. And sue.

I know. It’s easy to make fun of NFL cheerleaders. Personally, I get to soar above both noticing and making fun of them because to my deep pride, my team–the New York Giants–have (a) no cheerleaders; (b) no absurdly costumed … Continue reading

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