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New Oxford Notes: July-August 2016

Breaking the Bathroom Barrier: A Civil-Rights Imperative?

If transgender people truly want "equal protection under the law," they shouldn't be treated as a separate class of people, distinct from the rest of society. This is what the inaptly named nondiscrimination laws would do.

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Terror at the Disco: Why the Experts Always Come Up Empty

Again after the Orlando massacre, the national conversation about anti-gay hatred studiously avoided any mention of Islam and the Muslim view of homosexuality. Anger was directed primarily at conservative Christians.

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