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"The law is always changing because it recognizes we are imperfect. We make mistakes and we do not always understand or empathize easily with experiences other than our own."

We're supposed to fall all over ourselves because the author can cite a bunch of Title VII case law, devoting the majority of his article to it, but even as he acknowledges that the law is not immutable, he is unwilling to anticipate reasonable objections to Title VII when it pertains to the intersection of gender identity and the specific realms of sports, prisons, and restrooms.

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