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Most people do not know what it is like to repeatedly hit refresh on a browser at 10 a.m. the last couple of Mondays in June each year, wondering if the United State Supreme Court will decide whether “Equal Justice Under Law” actually applies to them. So it was again this year for me, waiting, then rejoicing that SCOTUS has declared in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia that LGBT people cannot be fired from their employment for being, well, LGBT. Happy Pride month, indeed.

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