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221 Notes Notes to Acknowledgments 1 During this time period, I published the following law review articles that dealt with masculinities and Title VII issues: How Masculinities Distribute Power: The Influence of Ann Scales, 91 Denv. U. L. Rev. 187 (2014) (with Frank Rudy Cooper ); Masculinity, Labor, and Sexual Power, 93 Boston U. L. Rev. 795 (2013); Masculine Law Firms, 8 Fla. Int’l U. L. Rev. 423 (2013); Introduction: Men, Masculinities, and Law: A Symposium on Multidimensional Masculinities Theory, 13 Nev. L. J. 315 (2013); Identities Cubed: Perspectives on Multidimensional Masculinities Theory, 13 Nev. L. J. 326 (2013) (with Frank Rudy Cooper); Reasonable Men, 45 U. Conn. L. Rev. 1 (2012); Cognitive Illiberalism, Summary Judgment, and Title VII, 57 N.Y.L.S. L. Rev. 865 (2012/13); Ricci v. DeStefano: Diluting Disparate Impact and Redefining Disparate Treatment, 12 Nev. L. J. 626 (2012); Work, Caregiving, and Masculinities, 34 Seattle U. L. Rev. 703 (2011); Ricci v. DeStefano: A Masculinities Theory Analysis, 33 Harv. J. Law & Gender 581 (2010); Discrimination Redefined, 75 Mo. L. Rev. 441 (2010); Erasing Boundaries: Masculinities, Sexual Minorities, and Employment Discrimination, 43 U. Mich. J. Law Reform 1 (2010); Reproducing Gender on Law School Faculties, 2009 BYU L. Rev. 99; Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, and Michelle Obama: Performing Gender, Race, and Class on the Campaign Trail, 86 Denv. U. L. Rev. 709 (2009); Creating Masculine Identities: Bullying and Harassment “Because of Sex,” 79 U. Colo. L. Rev. 1151 (2008); Harassing “Girls” at the Hard Rock: Masculinities in Sexualized Environments, 2007 U. Ill L. Rev. 1229; Discrimination in Our Midst: Law Schools’ Potential Liability for Employment Practices, 14 UCLA Women’s L.J. 1 (2005); Masculinities at Work, 83 Ore. L. Rev. 359 (2004), and Viva la Evolución! Recognizing Unconscious Motive in Title VII, 9 Cornell J. L. & Pub. Pol’y 415 (2000). I am very thankful to the publications and to the students on the law reviews who worked on editing these works. Notes to Chapter 1 1 Portions of this chapter are derived from the following articles and are reprinted or revised with permission from the publishers: Ann C. McGinley, Work, Caregiving , and Masculinities, 34 Seattle U. L. Rev. 703 (2011); Ann C. McGinley, Erasing Boundaries: Masculinities, Sexual Minorities, and Employment Discrimination , 43 U. Mich. J. Law Reform 1 (2010); Ann C. McGinley, Reproducing 222 | Notes Gender on Law School Faculties, 2009 BYU L. Rev. 99; Ann C. McGinley, Creating Masculine Identities: Bullying and Harassment “Because of Sex,” 79 U. Colo. L. Rev. 1151 (2008); Ann C. McGinley, Masculinities at Work, 83 Ore. L. Rev. 359 (2004). 2 The following description comes from the allegations in the complaint. Amended Complaint and Jury Demand, Ayanna v. Dechert LLP, 2012 WL 5064041 (D. Mass. Oct. 17, 2012) (No. 10-­ 12155-­ NMG) and from depositions taken during the discovery process. I assume for the sake of discussion that the plaintiff would have been able to prove these allegations had the case gone to trial. Because the case upon which this story is based settled before trial, I cannot confirm that Ayanna’s side of the case is accurate, but the record leads me to the conclusion that there was sufficient evidence for Ayanna to go to trial on his Family Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) (29 U.S.C. § 2615(a)(2) (2006) and Massachusetts Anti-­ Discrimination law counts. The trial court granted summary judgment on the sex discrimination claim but denied the defendant’s summary judgment motion on the FMLA claim (McGinley 2013a). 3 The following description comes from the allegations in the complaint. Because they are allegations, they have not been proven, but I use the allegations as illustrative of the types of cases that describe hostile working environments based on women’s gender in male-­ dominated workforces. Note to Chapter 2 1 In Baldwin v. Foxx, the EEOC, in an appeal from a Department of Transportation decision, stated, “[W]e conclude that sexual orientation is inherently a ‘sex-­ based consideration,’ and an allegation of discrimination based on sexual orientation is necessarily an allegation of sex discrimination under Title VII” (Baldwin v. Foxx 2015). Notes to Chapter 3 1 Portions of this chapter are reprinted with permission of the publisher from Ann C. McGinley, Creating Masculine Identities: Bullying and Harassment “Because of Sex,” 79 U. Colo. L. Rev. 1151 (2008). 2 The 1991 Civil Rights Act overturned the portion of the case concerning proof of a mixed-­ motives case, but the statutory amendment does...

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9780814764329
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272
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2016-07-31
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