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Texas Gov. Abbott set to ban transgender athletes from school sports

The law, known as House Bill 25, would require students to participate on sports teams that correspond with the gender on their birth certificate at the time of birth. Modified birth certificates would not be honored.

Judge rules in favor of United Airlines employees who claim ‘discrimination’ after vaccine mandates

"The court seeks simply to avoid the risk of irreparable harm to the parties and to maintain the status quo while the court holds an evidentiary hearing."

Federal Judge Blocks United Airlines From Imposing Employee Vaccine Mandate

A federal judge in Texas issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against United Airlines on Wednesday, blocking the airline from imposing a vaccine mandate against any of its employees in a nationwide class-action lawsuit.

Chinese county’s plan to solve ‘marriage crisis’ by pressuring women into marrying single rural men backfires

A Chinese county government’s proposed campaign to encourage local women to stay and marry local bachelors to solve their “marriage crisis” has been widely ridiculed after details of the plan appeared online.

Nurse goes to war as hospital demands Christian cross be ‘out of sight’

'The real reason for their demands was not safety and hygiene, but the visibility'

The Left Doesn’t Actually Care About ‘Democracy,’ They Just Want To Get Their Way

After Democratic activists stalked Sinema into a bathroom to harass her, one climate activist remarked, 'Not being able to pee in peace is a reasonable consequence for betraying democracy.'

Christian Schools, Female Athletes Fight Biden’s Transgender Mandate to Restore Fairness to Women’s Sports

Several female student-athletes and an organization representing 3,000 U.S. Christian schools have asked a federal district court to let them join a lawsuit fighting for women’s rights and privacy.

‘Treated Like a Criminal’ for Wearing a Cross: Veteran Christian Nurse Sues UK Employer for Discrimination

A Christian nurse in the United Kingdom has sued her former employer, alleging she was intimidated and forced out of her job because she wore a cross on a necklace while at work.

Panel rules that not using preferred pronouns violated transgender person’s human rights

How slippery is that slope? Apparently, not abiding by someone's "preferred pronouns" is now a human rights violation.

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