Women who challenged their employers, and won

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in 2015, Bookstore Barnes & Noble were sued by Victoria Ramirez, a transgender woman who worked for the company for five years. The discrimination began when Ramirez began transitioning, and began painting her nails and wearing make-up. She was told to "think of the children" and that her transition would make her staff lose respect for her and that staff were not allowed to refer to her by her name. The lawsuit is ongoing.

in 2015, Bookstore Barnes & Noble were sued by Victoria Ramirez, a transgender woman who worked for the company for five years. The discrimination began when Ramirez began transitioning, and began painting her nails and wearing make-up. She was told to "think of the children" and that her transition would make her staff lose respect for her and that staff were not allowed to refer to her by her name. The lawsuit is ongoing.

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