Relatedly, the second criticism is that the antidiscrimination framework is overly identitarian. First is that discrimination that is formally symmetrical is still problematic from a normative perspective because it still reflects and reinforces gender stereotypes that sex discrimination law seeks to dismantle.
Alberta,  1 S. Exemptions have long existed, and have gone largely unchallenged, in other realms of discrimination law.
Many countries have yet to reach a consensus on these issues. This does not mean that all of the individual jurisdictions within this aggregation recognize both sexual orientation and gender identity as protected categories. The employer might argue that there is no sex discrimination because he equally disapproves of both male homosexuals and female homosexuals.
The element of special measures as an integral aspect of this principle is also raised. A Rethinking Sequential Rights Commentators have observed that the development of LGBT rights often follows familiar sequences, especially with respect to discrimination based on sexual orientation.
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In Mexicosame-sex marriage is performed in twenty-two states and recognized in all thirty-one states. Retrieved October 9, Same-sex marriage became legal in Norway on 1 January when a gender-neutral marriage bill was enacted after being passed by the Norwegian legislature, the Stortingin June Briefing was completed on August 13, InOrange County Commissioners approved a measure to extend benefits to domestic partners of county employees.
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Over time, it is plausible that denying same-sex marriage would risk tourism-related economic benefits. See Macdonald v. In some jurisdictions, courts may face this question for the first time when reviewing cases concerning sexual orientation or gender identity discrimination.