Supreme Court decision on L.G.B.T. discrimination sets up religious liberty clash
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On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in arguably the highest-impact L. It was almost funny. One of the three cases on the docket revolved largely around gender-specific dress codes. And I am nonbinary, which is to say that I am not a man, though I wear primarily clothes created for men or boys. Children often ask about my sex. More on that below. That could make it difficult for me to do my job that day.
The right it announces has no basis in the Constitution or this Court's precedent," Roberts writes in his dissent. However, the chief justice also seemed to recognize that this was a landmark decision, which would likely be viewed positively in the future. Writing that he has "no choice but to dissent," Roberts made it clear that his decision was based in the "restrained conception of the judicial role," rather than a personal view of the definition of marriage. As he writes:.
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