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According to a recent internal document, the City of Dallas has mandated that its employees use people’s preferred pronouns or face termination. The document, titled “Workplace Gender Transition Protocols & FAQ,” outlines the city’s expectations regarding transgender individuals and states that failing to follow the guidelines is grounds for investigation and disciplinary action, including termination.

The guidelines state that city employees “are expected to respectfully use the transitioning employee’s preferred name and pronouns regardless of whether or not they ‘believe in,’ approve of, or accept” the person’s actions and beliefs. The document defines transition as “’coming out’ (telling family, friends, and coworkers), changing the name and/or sex on legal documents, and/or accessing medical treatment such as hormones and/or surgery.”

The City of Dallas has also recently implemented policies allowing transgender city employees to use any bathrooms, locker rooms, and other single-sex spaces, even if they do not align with their biological sex.

“The City of Dallas is a safe and welcoming place for all residents and employees,” the city government said in an exclusive statement to Fox News. “The City prohibits discrimination and harassment of employees based on a protected category including race, color, age, religion, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic characteristics, national origin, disability, and military or veteran status. Violations of these long-standing policies may result in disciplinary action.”

Supervisors in the city are expected to help employees “adjust to using the new name and pronouns as soon as possible.”

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