AMARILLO, TX — (10-03-22) — A Federal judge who is well known as an anti LGBT activist in Texas, struck down the EEOC’s LGBT Bathroom and Pronoun Guidance on Monday, claiming that it was unlawful. That’s right, not unconstitutional but “Unlawful”.
Right wing conservative Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, a Donald Trump appointee on the US District Court for the Northern District of Texas, made the outrageous ruling after Texas sued the EEOC to challenge the guidance.
The never ending war on the LGBT Community continues as Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk ruled that allowing exceptions for LGBT employees from workplace policies on bathrooms, dress codes, and locker rooms was unlawful.
The decision handed the EEOC a loss in its broader courtroom battle over the scope of the high court’s Bostock v. Clayton County decision extending protections in Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act to LGBT workers.
According to crack pot Judge Kacsmaryk, the Supreme Court merely established that an employer can’t discriminate against a worker for their sexuality or gender identity but doesn’t protect an employee’s “correlated conduct.” said Judge Kacsmaryk in his ruling.
The agency also is defending its post-Bostock guidance against a lawsuit from a coalition of Republican-led states. For example, another Trump-appointed judge in Tennessee back in July temporarily blocked the EEOC’s guidance from being enforced while the state is suing the EEOC.
If you want to know how deep the bigotry is growing inside the Conservative world of America? Take for example a Texas federal judge appointed by George W. Bush, issued a ruling last fall that cleared a path for for-profit businesses to shield themselves from LGBT discrimination claims by using religious-based exceptions to Title VII.
Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer
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