Matt Coles on Bostock vs. Clayton County

One of the remarkable things about the Bostock decision is how something which seems obviously right to the Supreme Court today struck judges as obviously wrong in the 70s and 80s.

Bostock says the 1964 Civil Rights Act’s ban on sex discrimination in employment covers discrimination against LGBT people.  The court said it is impossible to discriminate against someone gay or trans without treating them differently because of sex. Continue reading “Matt Coles on Bostock vs. Clayton County”