Michael Vargas wrote an article for San José Spotlight about the Supreme Court’s historic decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, which held for the first time that LGBTQ+ people are protected from employment discrimination by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

“The Bostock decision has the potential to be one of the most historic decisions of this century, but unlike other historic LGBTQ victories such as Obergefell and Lawrence, which effectively ended long running battles over marriage equality and sodomy laws, Bostock is the opening act in what could be a radical decades-long shift in non-discrimination law. For the first time in decades, it feels like LGBTQ+ rights is now on offense in the courtroom.”