Haley Videckis and Layana White said that the coach wanted them off the team because their lesbian relationship "would cause the team to lose games," the complaint alleged.
Seeking to dismiss parts of the women's lawsuit, Pepperdine argued in court papers that Title IX does not cover claims based on sexual orientation and that their allegations failed to meet the law's standard for gender stereotype discrimination."Plaintiffs allege that they were told that 'lesbianism' would not be tolerated on the team," Pregerson wrote.
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But ironically, by downplaying my mission, I was actually suffering from the very same type of complex I am determined to eradicate.
And at 31, it’s time for me to stop worrying about what other people think and start worrying about moving the needle.
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Important note for site admins: If you are the administrator of this website note that your access has been limited because you broke one of the Wordfence blocking rules.A federal judge in California has ruled that discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation falls under the purview of the landmark Title IX law, giving a broader interpretation to the 1972 statute that prohibits sex discrimination in the nation's schools and colleges. The ruling allows two former players on the Pepperdine University women's basketball team to proceed with a lawsuit that alleges the university harassed and discriminated against them because they were dating. District Judge Dean Pregerson said that discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is not a separate category of discrimination, but rather, such claims fall under Title IX's view of discrimination on the basis of gender or sex.I told myself I was just obeying wise adages: "Ignore the critics," "Focus on your users and your product," and "No press is bad press," but by refusing to respond, I essentially let the media go on to corrupt our concept into one so superficial and optimized for clickbait that it’s nearly unrecognizable to me now. Truthfully, I was worried that if I shared my real vision behind The League, I would alienate some of our user base — particularly the men — which a dating app clearly needs to survive.This, in turn, could further segment our already-smaller-than-Tinder addressable market, and could hurt our chances at getting traction and raising funding.