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|Comment||Well, I believe transgender individuals are considered protected under Title VII. http://www.eeoc.gov/federal/otherprotections.cfm The above is why I couldn't understand how a university recently terminated the employment of a transgender individual when he began living openly as a male. I didn't realize gay individuals weren't protected by federal discrimination laws, so thank you for that information.|
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I will answer questions relating to discrimination law or the 14th Amendment, sexual harassment, etc. I can`t give specific legal advice involving specific cases you might have.
I have worked as an attorney in this area, including several landmark cases involving racial preferences (such as Hopwood v. Texas, University of Michigan v. Gratz and UM v. Grutter).
Former Attorney with the Center for Individual Rights.
JD from University of Michigan Law School