Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Indiana firing of lesbian teacher will test a gender-based argument in court with existing law.

Lambda Legal has written up a case of a community college teacher (Kim Hively) in Indiana fired after being seen kissing her girlfriend, as a way to cover LGBT people or “behavior” under more general Federal law protections based on gender itself.


Gergory T. Nevins at Lambda Legal gives a detailed interview here.  

Of course, it can be harder now to get a case before SCOTUS. 

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