Ninth Circuit Reinstates Student-Athlete's Retaliation Claim: Title IX Bars Sexual Harassment on Basis of 'Perceived Sexual Orientation'
“In Bostock v. Clayton County, the Supreme Court brought sexual-orientation discrimination within Title VII’s embrace,” said Judge Susan B. Graber, in her written opinion for the Ninth Circuit. “The court held that discrimination ‘because of’ sexual orientation is a form of sex discrimination under Title VII. We conclude that the same result applies to Title IX.”
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