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Federal Judge Rules Biden Admin’s LGBTQ Employee Protections Go Too Far


Texas federal judge ruled that the Biden administration had overstepped its bounds in granting protections to LGBTQ employees, allowing them access to bathrooms based on gender identity.

The U.S. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), issued guidance in 2021 to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination at work. It allowed them to use restrooms and pronouns that match their gender identity. U.S. District Court Judge for the Northern District of Texas Matthew Kacsmaryk ruled these protections went too far and that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 bars the LGBTQ community from discriminatory hiring practices “but not necessarily all correlated conduct,” including bathroom and pronoun use. (RELATED: Most Americans Less Likely To Vote For Candidates Who Let Biological Males Compete In Women’s Sports)

Following the Bostock v. Clayton County U.S. Supreme Court case, which ruled that Title VII covers individuals against discrimination based on their sexual orientation and gender identity at work, the EEOC issued guidance. Several LGBTQ employees sued after losing their jobs because of their sexual orientation and gender…

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