Bigger than Bud Light: How Transgender Ideology is Hurting Children and Destroying Title IX
Director of Litigation, Center for American Liberty
Senior Legal Fellow, Independent Women's Law Center
Friday, April 21st
2:00 p.m. ET
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Join RNLA for a webinar on Friday, April 21, to discuss how transgender ideology is hurting children and destroying Title IX. Our speakers will discuss ongoing litigation from detransitioners who were encouraged to engage in life-altering gender transition protocols as minors, litigation against schools for secretly transitioning children without parental consent, and how protections for women under Title IX are under attack.
May Mailman is a Senior Fellow at Independent Women’s Law Center. She is a former legal advisor to President Donald J. Trump, where she advised on a wide range of policies including healthcare, immigration, and social issues. While in the White House, she also worked in the office of the Chief of Staff and the Staff Secretary’s office. Prior to entering public service, May practiced litigation in Denver. Earlier in her career, taught sixth grade in Kansas City through Teach for America. May received a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Kansas, where she served as Student Body Vice President. She also earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she served as President of the Federalist Society.
Josh Dixon is the Director of Litigation at the Center for American Liberty. Prior to joining the Center for American Liberty, Dixon was a partner at an Am Law 100 law firm. He was named a Super Lawyer Rising Star, listed with The Best Lawyers America in multiple practice areas, and rated AV Preeminent by Martindale Hubbard. After 15 years in private practice, Dixon joined the Center for American Liberty to serve clients whose First Amendment rights and civil liberties have been violated as a result of governmental overreach. Before entering private practice, Dixon clerked for federal appeals court Judge Karen J. Williams and federal district judge Weston C. Houck. Dixon is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School, where he served on The Law Review, and Wake Forest University, where he graduated cum laude. Dixon is a member of the North Carolina bar and the South Carolina bar.
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