Major companies urge Supreme Court to protect LGBTQ rights

Major companies urge Supreme Court to protect LGBTQ rights

More than 200 U.S. companies, including Amazon, Google and Bank of America, on Tuesday urged the Supreme Court to rule that federal civil rights law prohibits discrimination against LGBTQ workers. The companies filed a friend-of-the-court brief arguing that bias against LGBT people is a form of unlawful sex discrimination. The justices will hear oral arguments in October.

AW1990 1 year

To my understanding that already have this right... maybe its just on the state level though... really confused about this whole LGBTQ rights thing anymore - what right don't they have? If anyone knows please enlighten me because im getting lost.

Nicholas Noel
Nicholas Noel 1 year

So... LGBTQ+ people get more rights than regular people? Cool...

Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 1 year

Totally not virtual signalling from "big business".

Danny 1 year

So everyones rights yeah?

Mystery 1 year

This sounds promising... Imagine telling your LGBTxyz co-worker that you think they're wrong, in your opinion - *HR visit *

Barny Fraggles
Barny Fraggles 1 year

When was the last time you saw a 'struggle for equality' that actually meant 'equality'

Andrew Colomy
Andrew Colomy 1 year

Gay people arent oppressed anymore.

KC 1 year

I demand heterosexual rights but u don't hear billionaire companies backing me!

LCmcpherson 1 year

They are already protected under the us const. This is asking for a special class... bullshit

JB_Grooves 1 year

With "Religious Liberty" laws gaining acceptance, and the fact that they allow for legal discrimination of anyone based on ones personal beliefs. It becomes all the more important that recognized minorities like LGBTQ+ communities, religious and ethnic minorities be protected from biogotry based discrimination in the work place. Religion based discrimination is bigotry just like any other form of discrimination, it also flies in the face of the teachings of every major religion.

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