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Lord, we pray against the Biden administration's attempts to force transgender ideology on unwilling states. You created us male and female, and we pray that our president and his administration would come to recognize this biblical truth.
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President Biden’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is forcing employers to use “preferred pronouns” and allow employees to “use bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity.” Eighteen Republican states are pushing back.

From National Review. Eighteen Republican-led states are suing the Biden administration’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over the federal agency’s new sexual-harassment guidance that enforces broad legal protections for transgender workers.

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The federal lawsuit, filed on Monday by Tennessee attorney general Jonathan Skrmetti, argues that the EEOC is overstepping its constitutional limits by unlawfully placing gender identity under the purview of Title VII, which prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, and national origin. …

On April 29, the commission updated its workplace-harassment guidance for the first time in nearly 25 years, requiring employers to use transgender workers’ preferred pronouns and allowing them to use bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity. Employers may be held liable if they, their employees, or the customers do not follow the new policy and its provisions.

The multistate coalition acknowledges that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ensures equal opportunity for women in the workplace, but contends that the EEOC lacks the power to mandate that employers provide accommodations to transgender workers.

“EEOC has no authority to resolve these highly controversial and localized issues, which are properly reserved for Congress and the states,” the 46-page lawsuit states. …

“In America, the Constitution gives the power to make laws to the people’s elected representatives, not to unaccountable commissioners, and this EEOC guidance is an attack on our constitutional separation of powers,” Skrmetti said in a statement. …

Skrmetti filed the lawsuit on behalf of the attorneys general from Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia, and West Virginia.

What are your thoughts on the EEOC’s new rules and guidance? Share your prayers and scriptures below.

(Excerpt from National Review. Photo Credit: iStock)

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Wayne Wakefield
May 17, 2024

“That should be radical minority”

Wayne Wakefield
May 17, 2024

It’s another attempt by the trans tyranny to force their “morals” (or lack there of) on the rest of us. Why should the majority have to live by the ideology of a small radical majority.

Corina Valerie Gonzalez
May 17, 2024

FATHER GOD, YOU have CREATED us male and female ,we rebuke all else!!! Let YOUR WILL BE DOME HERE ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN !!! AMEN


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