After a big announcement, Beatrice, Artie, and Jules Gill-Peterson discuss a recent court ruling that gender dysphoria qualifies for protection under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the promises and perils of this framework, and the histories of both “gender dysphoria” as a term and the ADA’s deliberate exclusion of trans identity from its text.

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Originally published as In Taxonomy We Trust (09/15/22) at Death Panel

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