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The employer hosts an office holiday party and invites employees to bring their spouses. If Original LGBT Spread Love Not A Virus Shirt the policy works as the employer intends, the answer depends entirely on whether the model employee is a man or a woman. To be sure, that employer’s ultimate goal might be to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. Exactly, it’s the same with transgender people. If you fire Jane(born John) for wearing a dress but not Jill for wearing a dress that’s also sex discrimination.
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There was a story a while ago about a boarding school in England with a strict dress code of Original LGBT Spread Love Not A Virus Shirt pants or skirts. I can’t find the exact article now, but there’s a bunch of similar stories and different ways schools have ruled. And I completely agree with his argument. It’s an interesting one, and not one I think I’d put together at first blush. I can also see how it would have broader implications for sexism/harassment complaints that men bring against women. I can just imagine the laughter that would occur if I accused a female coworker of grabbing my ass in the mid-’60s…