(Natural News) The landmark civil rights and labor law that went into effect in the United States in 1964 is being rewritten to accost employers and force them to accommodate the desires of a transgender employee or customer.
The original text outlawed discrimination of employees based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. However, in a 6-3 ruling, the US Supreme Court just announced that the 1964 civil rights law should be reinterpreted to accommodate gender confusion as well. If a man decides to dress as a woman and present himself as the opposite gender, an employer will no longer have a say in the matter. The employer won’t be able to comment about it, won’t be able to make the employee change his/her appearance, and definitely won’t be able terminate their employment or refuse the person services.
Supreme Court rules that employers will have to grovel to LGBT demands
Because of this ruling, American employers will now have to cater to transgenderism and all its whims and fantasies. In order to accommodate transgender desires, an employer may have to fund the hormones, drugs and surgeries that a transgender employee feels is necessary. The employer could also be forced to accommodate transgenders in new ways, giving them access to restrooms of their own choice, while allowing them to imitate members of the opposite gender without showing any disgust or having any discourse about it. If a transgender feels intimidated, questioned or judged in the workplace, they can hold their employer accountable for “discrimination.”
Churches that fundamentally disagree with this kind of gender-confused behavior will not be allowed to dissent any longer, for this could be interpreted as “discrimination.” Churches could be forced to recognize and officiate transgender partnerships and same sex marriages or else be accused of discrimination.
Neil Gorsuch wrote the majority opinion for the 6-3 ruling, which amended Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. According to the new ruling, employers cannot engage in “sexual discrimination” which now includes sexual orientation and gender identity, in addition to the original biological meaning.
The ruling could help protect some people in the LGBT community from workplace abuses, but it also gives gender-confused people the ammunition they need to publicly humiliate their employers and any other company until these companies submit to the transgender’s every whim. With this ruling, gender-confused males are now legally empowered to share locker rooms, showers, changing areas and restrooms with vulnerable women and young girls. No one can step in anymore, because that would be discrimination.
The LGBT community can now extort businesses through lawsuits and publicly humiliate them by claiming that they were refused services based on sexual discrimination. The LGBT community will be able to conscript bakers, florists and photographers to provide services for same-sex weddings, even though they could have found these services elsewhere. The individual owners of the businesses will no longer get to have their own conscience, nor their religious liberty. They will be required to grovel to LGBT demands at every turn and give up their own beliefs in the process.
In 1964, the statutory meaning of “sex” was clear and concise – male and female. Today, the meaning of sex is “fluid” — meaning anyone can claim an endless amount of reasons why they were discriminated because “sex” is no longer defined. The term “gender identity” was not known in 1964. Today it has become a gateway to make sexual perversions, hormone imbalances, and mental health problems go mainstream, while diluting the true meaning and purpose of the binary construct of gender: male and female.