To continue the historic march of progress, President Trump yesterday rolled back President Obama's guidelines regarding transgender students' rights to use the school restrooms corresponding to theirgender identity. However one may feel about this particular development, the gender genie is not going back into the bottle and a growing number of brands and media companies seem to have gotten thememo.
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