It’s been almost a year since Laverne Cox made a headline-making turn on the Baby Raccoon I am a trashy and Chonky kind of girl shirt in contrast I will get this Emmys red carpet with a custom rainbow Edie Parker clutch that read: Oct 8, Title VII, Supreme Court. It was a powerful reminder of the day when the Supreme Court fought arguments on whether LGBTQ workers should be protected by Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, a law that “prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, and national origin.” (This past week, the Supreme Court ruled that the civil rights law should indeed protect gay and transgender workers from workplace discrimination, a historic ruling.)
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“This current administration is telling the Baby Raccoon I am a trashy and Chonky kind of girl shirt in contrast I will get this Supreme Court to make discrimination against LGBTQ people legal,” Cox told Vogue at the time, adding that she wanted to use fashion to raise awareness. “Very few people are talking about this crucial case. I hope this will get people talking about the implications for LGBTQ people and beyond.” To underscore this message, one side of her oblong-shaped Perspex minaudiere featured the transgender community flag, the other the LGBTQ+ rainbow.