This chapter examines the ways in which antisubordination concerns augment those about the need for neutrality in contemporary antidiscrimination jurisprudence. It explains how antisubordination concerns play out in sex discrimination cases and shows that such concerns motivate protections for women from double binds and sexualized workplace demands, but do not seem to motivate or explain new protections for gender nonconformists or transsexuals.
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