If an employer specifies distinct garments for males and for females, and if a “male” employee wears a garment classified for the opposite gender, then by definition that male is due to be construed as a member of the other gender. The dress code thus self-proves the validity of his attire.
Completing the decennial census online probably seems like an easy task, but convenience comes at a price—a price that I am unwilling to pay.
The first amendment is a right to be an individual and as much as we have constitutional rights, we also have constitutional duties.
According to The Atlantic, “gender-neutral clothing is back in vogue, but the craze in many ways has mirrored broader social changes throughout the 20th century.”
Skirts for men and pants for women? Poor translations of Deuteronomy 22:5 lead to errant dogma and foolish sterotypes of sociocultural and religious tropes.
After further contemplation of the original post, I think I misapprehended the (albeit unarticulated) argument that lesbians should not ab initio exclude transwomen as romantic partners.
The thriving gender bias that men are breadwinners and women are homemakers is simultaneously misandrist and misogynist as it diminishes a woman’s determinative capacity and casts an exclusive burden upon men.
Without judging the writer, let me say that am a little baffled by this opinion piece that I stumbled upon just now. Perhaps it is simply that, being neither ciswoman nor transwoman, I am unable to relate to the argument of “Lesbians need to get the L out of the LGBT+ community.” That said, I …
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It is ridiculous and incredible that as a popularly-styled “Christian Nation” American society requires laws compelling compassion and fairness (by way of example, Colorado’s and Washington State’s laws on public accommodations). While the government should not dictate the conscientious objections of private enterprise, neither should private enterprise be allowed to hatefully mistreat a class of …
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Society views women who appropriate masculine symbols as stronger while society views men who appropriate feminine symbols as weaker. How did this come to be?