W&L Law’s Chatman Discusses Male Stereotypes in Commentary Slate published an article by Carliss Chatman titled "Men Get Stereotyped Too. It’s Time the Court Acknowledges It."
Slate published an article by Carliss Chatman, assistant professor of law at Washington and Lee University, titled “Men Get Stereotyped Too. It’s Time the Court Acknowledges It.” The article focuses on the LGBTQ rights cases currently before the U.S. Supreme Court.
“The trilogy of cases the United States Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday, R.G. and G.R. Harris Funeral Homes v. EEOC, Altitude Express v. Zarda, and Bostock v. Clayton County, are, at their core, about masculinity,” writes Chatman. “Together, they will force the court to take up the question of whether sex stereotypes are a reason for men to be protected when they transition genders, or when they deviate from heterosexual norms.”
Read the full piece here.