Tag: Gay Rights

Report: A TSA agent demanded a trans girl  expose her genitals in order to fly, what happened next is not at all shocking
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Report: A TSA agent demanded a trans girl expose her genitals in order to fly, what happened next is not at all shocking

A federal lawsuit that found its way online this week has ignited a lot of discussion about human rights and personal privacy when going through the TSA checkpoints located within American airports.   According to the complaint,  Jamii Erway and her mum Kimberly attempted to board a flight out of Raleigh in May 2019. They allege during that time while going through TSA,  Jamii accidentally set off a false positive on the scanner, in which caused the TSA agent to force her to step aside.  Jamii reportedly attempted to explain to TSA that she was/is transgender and that if they simply altered the gender marker it wouldn't of done that [TSA notably refused.] Notwithstanding, and for reasons still unknown to plaintiffs, [the supervisor] advised Jamii that she would need to accompany he...
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Instant News: Mom sues St. Louis County to overturn daughters’ legal emancipation + gender transition

In the anti-gay world there are usually no places in which one will stop to push their agenda. For one young person who transitioned at their own discretion (following a legal emancipation) they're living an outright nightmare thanks to their own anti-gay mother. LGBTQ Nation picked up a bizarre story about one teen identified only as E.J.K. E.J.K moved out Anmarie Calgaro 's home in 2015 after a number of wide-ranging issues due to being in the gay community and openly having expressed "sinful" desires (per her Mom). The story takes a turn considering E.J.K legally emancipated herself at the age of 15 after being severely neglected. She then went on to reportedly become financially stable; sufficient, and managed to do much of her life on her own. Now? Calgaro herself a...
The Justice Department wants to reverse protections for gay workers
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The Justice Department wants to reverse protections for gay workers

Permitting major discrimination against gay workers on a massive scale. According to Justice Department memos; Jeff Sessions, and one particular argument striking a negative chord.   Earlier this week,  the DOJ and Sessions' claimed that a 1964 civil rights act does not protect against gay discrimination in the workplace, and, it should not be configured to do such. Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act forbids discrimination on grounds of age; sex,  gender, and the usual although doesn't explicitly mention sexual orientation. For several decades, judges and courts had always seen this act as a matter of gender over anything else. Although in recent years,  officials who safeguard equal employment opportunities for people like the EEOC, have, perhaps, switched their positions on the ma...
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