Jon Lender: State human rights agency seeks to abolish accommodation for women’s privacy at fitness clubs

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If women “were deprived of the choice to exercise without men present, [they] would suffer from sexual objectification, extreme embarrassment, anxiety, stress, and many would choose not to exercise in public accommodations,” Cordani wrote. “Thus, it appears that the gender privacy interest here is on par with the same interest that caused the legislature to specifically exempt bathrooms and locker rooms.”

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