Sex live without credit


Since 1974, progressives have sought to broaden federal civil rights laws’ ban on “sex discrimination” to encompass discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and what we today call gender identity.One key area where LGBTQ people need protection is credit—bank loans, mortgages, brokerage services, and the like.as forms of sex discrimination prohibited under the ECOA.” It was a good question.Over the last several decades, courts and agencies have expanded the scope of “sex discrimination” bans to encompass both anti-trans and anti-gay discrimination.For example, despite the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling, which made it illegal for states to prohibit women from receiving abortions, many laws have been passed since that make getting abortions difficult if not impossible in some areas.25 states require ultrasounds before ending a pregnancy, and three require women to hear descriptions of their fetuses first.As more and more laws to limit reproductive rights keep popping up, it's easy to wonder if we'll find ourselves back in the pre-Roe v Wade era.



Again, she'd been gainfully employed eight years and managed to get a couple of department credit cards in her name.I was not with her, but I remember her fury when she got home.She was paying half of the car in cash (at that time, the brand new car was $3,500) and wanted to finance the other half.Many people's reluctance to embrace feminism stems both from a failure to acknowledge that we don't live in an equal society right now and from ignorance of how unequal our society was in the recent past.