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July 2021

Preferred Pronouns and Compelled Speech

By Ross Ufberg
PUBLISHED IN: MediaLawLetter July 2021
Forcing a professor to refer to a transgender student using the student’s preferred pronoun, when that professor has strongly and sincerely held religious beliefs which counsel otherwise, is a plausible violation of First Amendment free speech rights, the 6th Circuit ruled earlier this year.