Even with ruling, workplace still unequal for LGBTQ workers

Even with ruling, workplace still unequal for LGBTQ workers

Former Byron, Ga., fire chief Rachel Mosby poses for a photo in the home of a friend in Atlanta in September 2019. Dress codes and uniforms can present challenges for transgender employees. Mosby is a transgender woman who held the job for more than a decade as a man, then was fired in June, 18 months after she openly transitioned.
Dress codes and uniforms can present challenges for transgender employees. Mosby says she was fired from her job after she began showing up to work in feminine dress suits and skirts instead of one of the masculine suits she had been wearing for the last decade.

Even with ruling, workplace still unequal for LGBTQ workers

Former Byron, Ga., fire chief Rachel Mosby poses for a photo in the home of a friend in Atlanta in September 2019. Dress codes and uniforms can present challenges for transgender employees. Mosby is a transgender woman who held the job for more than a decade as a man, then was fired in June, 18 months after she openly transitioned.
Dress codes and uniforms can present challenges for transgender employees. Mosby says she was fired from her job after she began showing up to work in feminine dress suits and skirts instead of one of the masculine suits she had been wearing for the last decade.