Should “gender identity” be added to anti-discrimination laws?

Should “gender identity” be added to anti-discrimination laws?

Gender identity is the personal sense of one’s gender as male, female, both, or neither.

Currently, 28 US states do not explicitly include sexual orientation, and 29 US states do not explicitly include gender identity within anti-discrimination statutes. The proposed US Equality Act prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, housing, public accommodations, public education, federal funding, credit, and the jury system.

There is a growing debate about unfair treatment towards trans people.

What are your thoughts? Should “gender identity” be added to anti-discrimination laws?

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Today is the day. Now is the moment. Vote for change.

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