Katrina C. Rose
In 1987, an Ohio probate court made a ruling preventing a trans woman from marrying. The effects dragged on for 25 years.
Advocates of transgender rights have been trying to make their case at the Supreme Court for decades.
Democrats have been much more involved in advancing transgender rights. But Republicans have helped sometimes too.
If the end result is 4-1-4 in favor of Aimee Stephens with a narrow, positive interpretation of Title VII being the 1, I’ll cheer.