An Army medical officer has won a skirmish against the politically correct policy of letting transgenderism activists force their language on proponents of traditional morality.
The officer, who is remaining anonymous to avoid retaliation, was granted a religious exemption from using pronouns that conflict with a person’s biological sex.
The officer had reached out to the religious-rights non-profit First Liberty after the Army instituted a new policy that requires all soldiers to use the pronoun that aligns with a person’s “gender identity.”
The officer spoke with Michael Berry, deputy general counsel for First Liberty, who offered her advice to resolve her concerns.
Berry was a former judge advocate general for the Marine Corps and has been at the forefront of many high-profile religious freedom cases. (Read more from “Army Officer Goes to Battle Over… Gender Pronouns” HERE)