This chapter explores both the power and the limitations of neutrality arguments in the context of sex discrimination law. It explains why courts have never equated sex equality with formal sex blindness and demonstrates why recent expansions in the coverage of sex discrimination law seem unlikely to reflect a new or heightened commitment by courts to formal neutrality.
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