Is it legal for gyms to have women’s only workout areas? Connecticut Supreme Court will hear case questioning the state’s long history of addressing gender, privacy and discrimination

“Civil rights laws exist for the vindication and protection of human dignity,” Cordani wrote. “Thus, in interpreting those statutes, we must ensure that we seek to be true to the overall goals. With that in mind, it would be unusual to interpret and enforce a statute in a manner that injures women, when the statute’s goals are the preservation of human dignity, the protection of women, and the correction of historical discrimination against women.”

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