If a biological woman objects to sharing a bathroom with a trans-identifying man, her objection will not be considered a “lawful reason to deny access” to the trans-identifying individual: “In those circumstances, a covered entity may offer alternatives for the individual expressing discomfort, by, for example, providing a single-occupancy restroom to change in.”
The law also specifically states that it is “unlawful” to require a trans-identifying person to use a single-occupancy restroom “because they are transgender, non-binary, or gender non-conforming.” New York also outlines the “Workplace Transition Plan” mentioned in the Fox handbook.
Lol so half the country didn’t watch them before, now nobody will.
In all fairness, this could involve conforming to some local laws. I’m not sure, though.
I’d need more information but yes definitely not a good look.
Sounds like wacky New York laws, but Fox should at least be honest about it.
It is disappointing that they have not clarified that these policies only exist to appease legal requirements but … what can you do.