It's a problem of sex discrimination: because of her sex, a trans woman can't use the facility that she is most comfortable with.
Pregnancy discrimination and the gender gap, involuntary job choice edition
The very thing that makes someone like Angelica Valencia earn less -- being fired for getting pregnant -- disappears from the wage gap analysis if you control for occupation, hours, and job tenure.
Gender devaluation, in one comparison
Apples to apples, light truck drivers earn 13% more than nursing assistants. Can you see why?
Choose that job?
Maybe if all those nurses' aides hadn't majored in art history they'd be engineers by now.
Gender equality: Family egalitarianism follows workplace opportunity
Unsticking progress toward gender equality in the labor market – extending the legacy of the Equal Pay Act – will help move families forward toward more.
A Simple, Legal Way to Help Stop Employment Discrimination
As a customer, client, business partner or job applicant at a firm, wouldn't you like to know if they have an underrepresentation problem?
Gender discrimination bills ranked
Without Harkin, who will symbolically reintroduce the Fair Pay Act?
Employment is flat to down, with increasing inequality.
Behind the gendered workplace
In a law review call and response, a law professor and a sociologist take on the issue of how to address gender discrimination legally. Duke Law professor Katharine Bartlett argues in the Virginia Law Review that strengthening options for suing employers is not the answer to gender discrimination. Instead, the good intentions of employers and…
Working women of Wal-Mart united
Opening up an open-and-shut case?