53 Companies Back Transgender Teen in SCOTUS Fight

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Major technology companies and other businesses, warning of the negative business consequences of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling against a transgender boy's sex discrimination claim, on Thursday stepped into a simmering controversy that pits them against the Trump administration.

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  • DGR

    This is how you destroy the constitution by stating that one person‘s rights prevail over another‘s. If I have a right to use the shower I identify with, then my "right" to determine my identity is deemed more important than the other person‘s privacy. That is a very slippery slope for the constitution. Rights will be inalienable unless someone else‘s feelings are hurt?

  • valda jean combs

    I would think lawyers would stand in the gap for marginalized people, no matter how large or small the population. It‘s most unfortunate this is not the case. Were lawyers to lead towards justice, rather than follow their basest instincts, we would be respected instead of the butt of jokes.

  • Darby

    Wow. I‘m taken aback by the nasty comments I‘ve read here. I fully support the corporations‘ stance to make private and public places friendly to all people. I believe they are doing it as a business decision, but it doesn‘t matter, they‘re doing the right thing. I‘m sure a lot of people who have written the ignorant, negative comments would also love to bring back "colored" and "white" bathrooms.

  • Jerry

    HR Dept states the "situation" quite clearly. Assisting mentally people doesn‘t help the individual or society.

  • H.R. Department

    Transgenders comprise barely 0.3 percent of the adult population, so these 53 companies‘ claims about a SCOTUS decision on the use of public school bathrooms and showers possibly having a negative impact on their recruitment of top talent is absurd. In fact, such a decision could make it easier to recruit top talent to states that won‘t be tyrannized by an infinitesimally tiny minority and its leftwing politician and media promoters. Surely many top-talent parents of school-age kids would be thrilled to relocate from crazy-blue queer states to more tradition-bound red states.

  • Bruce Pestell

    I‘ve had your limit of emails! I‘m unsubscribing and blocking.

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