Commentary Does the Law Protect the LGTBQ Community from Discrimination? It Should Be an Easy Answer.
Jenny R. Yang
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The Supreme Court has granted review in a trio of cases that will consider the issue of whether discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity is discrimination because of sex under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Although this question has divided the country and the courts, the answer should be easy.

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Research Areas Sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression
Tags LGBTQ+ equity Inequality and mobility LGBTQ+ rights and antidiscrimination
Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population