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Hegemonic Marriage: The Collision Of 'Transformative' Same-Sex Marriage With Reactionary Tax Law, Anthony C. Infanti 2021 University of Pittsburgh School of Law

Hegemonic Marriage: The Collision Of 'Transformative' Same-Sex Marriage With Reactionary Tax Law, Anthony C. Infanti

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Before there was a culture war in the United States over same-sex marriage, there was a battle between opponents and proponents of same-sex marriage within the LGBTQ+ community. Some within the LGBTQ+ community opposed same-sex marriage because of the long patriarchal history of marriage and the more consequential need to bridge the economic and privilege gap between the married and the unmarried. On the other hand, LGBTQ+ proponents of same-sex marriage saw marriage as a civil rights issue because of the central importance of marriage in American society. They sensed a profound wrong in the denial of the benefits of ...


Lgbt Discrimination As Religious Discrimination: Ruse Or Resolution?, Craig Westergard 2021 Barry University School of Law

Lgbt Discrimination As Religious Discrimination: Ruse Or Resolution?, Craig Westergard

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review 2021 Seattle University School of Law

Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review

Seattle University Law Review

Table of Contents


Sex Discrimination In Healthcare: Section 1557 And Lgbtq Rights After Bostock, Amy Post, Ashley Stephens, Valarie Blake 2021 West Virginia University College of Law

Sex Discrimination In Healthcare: Section 1557 And Lgbtq Rights After Bostock, Amy Post, Ashley Stephens, Valarie Blake

Law Faculty Scholarship

Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) banned sex discrimination in health care. In June of 2020, however, the Trump administration finalized a rule that explicitly removed sexual orientation and gender identity from Section 1557’s safeguards. That same month, the Supreme Court held that sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination are forms of sex discrimination for purposes of Title VII employment discrimination in Bostock v. Clayton County. Following the Court’s decision in Bostock, this Article argues that sex discrimination under Section 1557 necessarily encompasses gender identity and sexual orientation discrimination.


Not All Violence In Relationships Is "Domestic Violence", Tamara Kuennen 2020 Brooklyn Law School

Not All Violence In Relationships Is "Domestic Violence", Tamara Kuennen

Brooklyn Law Review

This article argues that not all violence in intimate relationships is “domestic violence.” Domestic violence is a pattern of acts perpetrated with a motive: power and control over another. National anti-domestic violence organizations, activists and advocates, and a number of academics agree on this construct of domestic violence. Law, on the other hand, requires neither a pattern nor a motive; it defines domestic violence to include any single act of violence in a relationship, regardless of the perpetrator’s intent. Because legal intervention is the primary intervention for domestic violence today, feminist legal scholars have sought to reform the law ...


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Patriarchy And Gender Law In Ancient Rome And Colonial America, John B. Kamp 2020 University of Iowa

Patriarchy And Gender Law In Ancient Rome And Colonial America, John B. Kamp

Iowa Historical Review

Roman Antiquity and Colonial America shared much in common regarding limits on women’s legal rights and the role of gender in law. Gendered stereotypes regarding women’s ability and place in society are reflected in the patria potestas and manus of Ancient Roman law, as well as through the patriarchal and pious Puritan laws of New England society during the American Colonial period. Both male-dominated social and legal systems were based on the notion of women’s innate inferiority and female submission to male authority. Gender expectations and biases are also present, not only in family law, but also ...


"If Consent Is Bought, It Is Not Freely Chosen": Compromised Consent In Prostituted Sex In Ireland, Ivana Bacik 2020 Trinity College Dublin

"If Consent Is Bought, It Is Not Freely Chosen": Compromised Consent In Prostituted Sex In Ireland, Ivana Bacik

Dignity: A Journal of Analysis of Exploitation and Violence

This article offers feminist arguments for the reconsideration of consent as a legal concept, informed by insights gained through the work of the #MeToo movement and other feminist campaigns. It suggests that consent may be seen as legally compromised in certain contexts of structured gender inequality, such as domestic violence, workplace sexual harassment, and prostitution. The legal understanding of consent in such contexts is antithetical to the conception of consent as “freely and voluntarily” given within a mutual sexual relationship. This understanding of consent underpins the recent introduction of the Nordic model approach into Irish law through the Criminal Law ...


In Defense Of Immutability, Nicholas Serafin 2020 Brigham Young University Law School

In Defense Of Immutability, Nicholas Serafin

BYU Law Review

Over the last forty years, the concept of immutability has been central to Equal Protection doctrine. According to current doctrine, a trait is immutable if it is beyond the power of an individual to change or if it is fundamental to personal identity. A trait that meets either of these criteria receives heightened legal protection under constitutional antidiscrimination law. Yet most legal scholars who have addressed the topic have called for the abandonment of the immutability criterion on the grounds that the immutability criterion is conceptually confused, morally indefensible, and bound to stigmatize subordinate groups.

A rejection of the immutability ...


Reconceptualizing Hybrid Rights, Dan T. Coenen 2020 University of Georgia School of Law

Reconceptualizing Hybrid Rights, Dan T. Coenen

Boston College Law Review

In landmark decisions on religious liberty and same-sex marriage, and many other cases as well, the Supreme Court has placed its imprimatur on so-called “hybrid rights.” These rights spring from the interaction of two or more constitutional clauses, none of which alone suffices to give rise to the operative protection. Controversy surrounds hybrid rights in part because there exists no judicial account of their justifiability. To be sure, some scholarly treatments suggest that these rights emanate from the “structures” or “penumbras” of the Constitution. But critics respond that hybrid rights lack legitimacy for that very reason because structural and penumbral ...


Dirty Johns: Prosecuting Prostituted Women In Pennsylvania And The Need For Reform, McKay Lewis 2020 Penn State Dickinson Law

Dirty Johns: Prosecuting Prostituted Women In Pennsylvania And The Need For Reform, Mckay Lewis

Dickinson Law Review

Prostitution is as old as human civilization itself. Throughout history, public attitudes toward prostituted women have varied greatly. But adverse consequences of the practice—usually imposed by men purchasing sexual services—have continuously been present. Prostituted women have regularly been subject to violence, discrimination, and indifference from their clients, the general public, and even law enforcement and judicial officers.

Jurisdictions can choose to adopt one of three general approaches to prostitution regulation: (1) criminalization; (2) legalization/ decriminalization; or (3) a hybrid approach known as the Nordic Model. Criminalization regimes are regularly associated with disparate treatment between prostituted women and their ...


Gay Rights, Religious Liberty, And The Misleading Racism Analogy, Andrew Koppelman 2020 Brigham Young University Law School

Gay Rights, Religious Liberty, And The Misleading Racism Analogy, Andrew Koppelman

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Anti-Gay Discrimination,“Conscience Exemptions,” And The Racism Analogy: A Reply To Professor Koppelman, Shannon Gilreath 2020 Brigham Young University Law School

Anti-Gay Discrimination,“Conscience Exemptions,” And The Racism Analogy: A Reply To Professor Koppelman, Shannon Gilreath

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


In The Court Of Koppelman: Motion For Reconsideration, James M. Oleske Jr. 2020 Brigham Young University Law School

In The Court Of Koppelman: Motion For Reconsideration, James M. Oleske Jr.

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Taking Conflicting Rights Seriously, Netta Barak-Corren 2020 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Taking Conflicting Rights Seriously, Netta Barak-Corren

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review 2020 Seattle University School of Law

Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review

Seattle University Law Review

Table of Contents


Novel Perspectives On Due Process Symposium: Punishment Without Process: “Victim Impact” Proceedings For Dead Defendants, Bruce A. Green, Rebecca Roiphe 2020 Fordham University School of Law

Novel Perspectives On Due Process Symposium: Punishment Without Process: “Victim Impact” Proceedings For Dead Defendants, Bruce A. Green, Rebecca Roiphe

Fordham Law Review Online

When women accuse powerful men of sexual assault, there is increasing public pressure to resolve any doubts in the accusers’ favor before the criminal process is over, if not from the outset. Private individuals and institutions often do so without worrying about due process, but it is different for the trial court, where the presumption of innocence is supposed to apply. This is especially true where public shaming and the accompanying reputational consequences already constitute a kind of punishment. Although they may be sympathetic to accusers, especially those whose cause is championed by a strong and popular social movement, courts ...


Novel Perspectives On Due Process Symposium: Do The Proposed Title Ix Regulations Protect Or Undermine Due Process?, Michelle J. Anderson 2020 Brooklyn College

Novel Perspectives On Due Process Symposium: Do The Proposed Title Ix Regulations Protect Or Undermine Due Process?, Michelle J. Anderson

Fordham Law Review Online

Due process for those accused of sexual misconduct on college campuses has arisen as an area of increased concern. Many scholars focus on whether the (usually) male students accused of sexual assault and harassment get a fair shake in the quasi-judicial disciplinary proceedings mandated by Title IX, the federal civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination in educational institutions.


Federal Court Bars Enforcement Of Louisville Public Accommodations Ordinance Against A Wedding Photographer Who Opposes Marriage Equality, Arthur S. Leonard 2020 New York Law School

Federal Court Bars Enforcement Of Louisville Public Accommodations Ordinance Against A Wedding Photographer Who Opposes Marriage Equality, Arthur S. Leonard

Other Publications

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Hostile Environments: Public Health And Environmental Impacts Of The Trump Administration’S Attempted Reversal Of Sex Stereotyping As Sex Based Discrimination, Jude Diebold 2020 Golden Gate University School of Law

Hostile Environments: Public Health And Environmental Impacts Of The Trump Administration’S Attempted Reversal Of Sex Stereotyping As Sex Based Discrimination, Jude Diebold

Golden Gate University Environmental Law Journal

In 2013, Aimee Stephens, an employee of six years at R.G & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes, informed her employer she is transgender, and would begin living as a woman full time. The employer disbelieved Stephens’ gender identity; they viewed Stephens as male, and in violation of their sex specific dress code for men, which requires men to wear button downs and ties, and women to wear skirts and heels. Two weeks after informing her employer of her true gender identity, Harris Funeral Homes fired Stephens, stating that her refusal to abide by the sex specific dress code as a “biological male” was the reason for termination. The employer has not denied that Ms. Stephens was fired due to her transgender identity, but rather, contends that ...


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