Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Major Case on whether Civil Rights Act Protects ‘Transgenderism’

The U.S. Supreme Court confirmed  it will take up the case of a Michigan man fired by a Christian funeral home for insisting on dressing as a woman on the job, setting the stage for a ruling that could decide whether longstanding anti-discrimination laws will be reinterpreted to cover gender confusion.  The case began when “Aimee” Stephens filed an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint against the Christian-owned R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Home in Detroit for firing him after he revealed that he intended to have sex-reassignment surgery and start dressing as a woman at work.  Read more: