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    The federal government got busy attempting to provide people with “gender choice” in public settings when “gender identity” issues surfaced, which as was to be expected, had far-reaching consequences.

    The rights of other, less perplexed persons were ignored in order to avoid “discriminating” against someone who asserts that their gender is different from their physical biology. These included, but weren’t restricted to, restrooms, locker rooms, public schools, and facilities with distinct areas for men and women. and in fact spoke to them in the same manner as any American would. It was anticipated that speaking to someone would require using their preferred pronoun.

    The issue over states’ rights, which is at the heart of the US constitution’s system of governance, is connected to this disagreement over such activities.

    State laws exist to distinguish between interstate issues, which are viewed differently in each state. Examples include things like gun ownership rights and traffic laws.

    In order to safeguard LGBT people from job discrimination, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced federal guidance in 2021 that permits them to use bathrooms and pronouns that are consistent with their gender identification.

    It was mandated that these changes be made for everyone under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in order to prevent LGBT people from being forced to use bathrooms that they felt did not reflect their own personal perception of themselves or from being addressed by a pronoun they did not like.

    In Bostock v. Clayton County, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2020 that Title VII extends to protect workers from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. After losing their employment due to their sexual orientation and gender identity, several LGBT employees filed lawsuits. For example, in one of the incidents in the case, Gerald Bostick was fired for “behavior unbecoming a county employee” when he started playing in a gay recreational softball league. The case was regarded as “landmark” since it established LGBT people’s employment rights.

    Ken Paxton, the attorney general of Texas, has filed many lawsuits against the Biden administration regarding Title VII and individual rights.

    Paxton filed a lawsuit in 2021 challenging the federal Head Start program’s vaccine and mask requirements for employees as well as the vaccination requirement for company owners. In 2022, Paxton filed another lawsuit against the Democratic-led federal government, this time against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, for using the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act to force Texas hospitals to perform abortions.

    Then came the extension of the requirements to specifically include schools and children, the expansion of LGBT rights while restricting those of others, and the linkage of funding to the mandate.

    The Biden administration proposed revisions to Title IX in June 2022 that would shield students from prejudice based on their sexual orientation and gender identity. Federally funded organizations, like schools, would have to allow people to use all sex-separated areas, including locker rooms, bathrooms, and sports facilities.

    Additionally, in July 2022, Paxton filed a lawsuit alongside 22 other attorneys general in opposition to the Biden administration’s new policy against sexism at institutions receiving federal nutrition aid. In the Eastern District of Tennessee, the United States Department of Agriculture was named as a defendant in the complaint. The federal government tried to prevent schools that disobeyed the requirement from receiving nourishing food and funding for food.

    Regarding his plans to challenge the Biden administration, Paxton stated in September 2021 that the guidance “increas[ed] for the State in its capacity as an employer – and Burrows did not even have authority to issue it.” According to Paxton, states should make decisions based on their own policies rather than being directed by the federal government.

    According to a recent ruling by a federal judge in Texas, the Biden administration went too far in granting protections for LGBT employees by allowing them to use toilets consistent with their gender identity.

    Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk of the Northern District of Texas U.S. District Court determined that these safeguards went too far and that Title VII only protects the LGBT population from some types of hiring discrimination, such as those based on bathroom, clothing, and pronoun use.

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    “The court decision’s is not only a win for the rule of law, but for the safety and protection of Texas children,” Paxton said in a press release. “The Biden Administration’s attempts to radicalize federal law to track its woke political beliefs are beyond dangerous. I will continue to push back against these unlawful attempts to use federal agencies to normalize extremist positions that put millions of Texans at risk.” CONTINUE READING…

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