"Starbucks has to do whatever is necessary to defend its rights, but they're trying to establish some pretty bad law. They're asking the court to determine that misgendering does not constitute harassment. That's a very dangerous precedent to set in times like these," Peter said.
"We believe that intentional misgendering absolutely does constitute discrimination and harassment," [Starbucks spokesperson] Borges said. "Our request for summary judgment has nothing to do with intentional misgendering, but is more about the bar not being met in this case for harassment."
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