On November 20, a federal jury awarded Rachel Tudor, a man who identifies as a transgender woman, $1.1 million in damages, finding that Tudor was “denied tenure in 2009-10 because of her gender,” “denied the opportunity to apply for tenure in the 2010-11 cycle … because of her gender,” and that Tudor faced retaliation from the university after complaining about workplace discrimination. The lawsuit claimed Tudor was denied tenure due to “transgender status” in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Tudor v. SE Oklahoma State University (USA) — Gender Identity Watch
Jury awards transgender professor $1.1 million in discrimination case — NBC News