Bostock was Bogus: Textualism, Pluralism, and Title VII

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In Bostock v. Clayton County, the Supreme Court held that federal antidiscrimination law prohibits employment discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity. Mitchell N. Berman shows that conservative critics of the majority’s reasoning were correct—up to a point.

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