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Professor wins free-speech fight over gender pronouns

A federal appeals court ruled in favor of a professor who was punished by his university for refusing to call a biologically male student by the student’s preferred female pronouns.
7 months ago|Washington, United States

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Ohio professor who rejected transgender pronouns can sue university: U.S. appeals court

A federal appeals court on Friday revived a philosophy professor's lawsuit against a public university in southern Ohio that reprimanded him for refusing to address a transgender student by her preferred pronouns. The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Nicholas Meriwether can try to prove Shawnee State University violated his First Amendment free speech and religious rights by mandating pronouns that he said did not reflect "biological real…

7 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
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Ohio professor who rejected transgender pronouns can sue university: U.S. appeals court

By Jonathan Stempel - A federal appeals court on Friday revived a philosophy professor's lawsuit against a public university in southern Ohio that reprimanded him for refusing to address a transgender student by her preferred pronouns. The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Nicholas Meriwether can try to prove Shawnee State University violated his First Amendment free speech and

7 months ago|United Kingdom
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Ruling Lets Lawsuit Over Transgender Pronoun Dispute Proceed

CINCINNATI (AP) — A Friday ruling from a federal appeals court allows a professor to continue with his lawsuit against a small, public university in Ohio that rebuked him for not addressing a transgender student using the student’s preferred gender terms.Nicholas Meriwether argues Shawnee State University officials violated his rights by compelling him to speak in a way that contradicts his Christian beliefs. The small, public school argues such…

7 months ago|United States
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Professor wins free-speech fight over gender pronouns

A federal appeals court ruled in favor of a professor who was punished by his university for refusing to call a biologically male student by the student’s preferred female pronouns.

7 months ago|Washington, United States
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Federal appeals court rules in favor of Ohio professor who refused to use student's preferred pronouns

A federal appeals court ruled on Friday that an Ohio professor can sue a university for violating his constitutional rights after he was disciplined for refusing to use the preferred pronouns of a transgender student.

7 months ago|Atlanta, United States
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A professor was reprimanded for refusing to use a transgender student’s pronouns. A court says he can sue.

Shawnee State University said Nicholas Meriwether created a "hostile environment" when he refused to address a student in accordance with her gender identity.

7 months ago|Washington, United States
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Ohio Professor Refusing to Use Transgender Pronouns Wins Appeals Case Over 'Free-Speech Protections'

An unnamed transgender student at an Ohio university had filed a complaint with the institution’s officials over a philosophy professor’s repeated refusal to use “Ms.” instead of “Mr.”; the teacher has pushed back.

7 months ago|Russian Federation
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Appeals court rules for professor who refused to use transgender student's preferred pronouns

A federal appeals court on Friday unanimously ruled in favor of a professor who refused to use a transgender student's preferred pronouns.

7 months ago|Washington, United States
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Federal appeals court rules in favor of Ohio professor who refused to use student's preferred pronouns

A federal appeals court ruled on Friday that an Ohio professor can sue a university for violating his constitutional rights after he was disciplined for refusing to use the preferred pronouns of a transgender student.Nicholas Meriwether, a philosophy professor at Shawnee State University in Ohio, filed a lawsuit in 2018 after the school formally disciplined him for refusing to follow a school policy requiring the use of a student’s pronouns that…

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Court Rules Christian Professor Can Sue University For Reprimanding Him Over Refusal To Use Preferred Pronouns

A federal appeals court ruled Friday that an Ohio professor can sue Shawnee State University for violating his First Amendment right.

7 months ago|Washington, United States
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14%
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