6th Circuit: Ex-UT official’s suit dismissed; Firing followed column disputing civil rights based on sexual orientation

How Appealing links to a report and the ruling in Dixon v. U. of Toledo.

Ed Whelan at National Review:
Sixth Circuit’s Non Sequitur on Sexual Orientation

If you don’t believe that a person’s sexual orientation is immutable to the same extent that a person’s race and sex are, then you must believe that gays and lesbians are not entitled to civil-rights protections on the basis of sexual orientation. That jarring non sequitur is at the heart of a Sixth Circuit panel opinion today in Dixon v. University of Toledo, authored by Judge Karen Nelson Moore.