Since the Supreme Court decision, available to read here, in Bostock v. Clayton County is quite new, it is not clear how Congress, the executive branch, or state legislatures will respond, or if they will be able to pass any laws to limit the decision. It is also not clear how this law would apply to other queer identities or people in other non-traditional relationships.
If you think you have experienced LGBTQ discrimination at the workplace, you should contact employment attorneys with experience handling discrimination. The attorneys at Pelton Graham are experienced in advocating for clients who have experienced discrimination. We are happy to talk with you and answer any questions about discrimination. Consultations are free, and as contingency fee attorneys, we do not get paid unless we recover for you.