A transgender man who sought a haircut from a barbershop in California was turned away because the owner stated that he would not cut "women's" hair due to his religious beliefs.
From The Guardian:
A California transgender man plans to take legal action against a barbershop after the owner refused to give the customer a haircut, stating that he only serves “men” due to his religious beliefs.
Kendall Oliver – a US army sergeant who identifies as a transgender man and uses the gender-neutral pronoun “they” – said a business called The Barbershop in Rancho Cucamonga in southern California refused to give them a haircut this week, saying the shop doesn’t offer cuts to “women”.
Our own Senior Litigation Counsel Greg Lipper was quoted in the article, saying "Most courts have rejected attempts to use religion as an excuse to discriminate...The question isn’t just could [Oliver] have found somewhere else to get a haircut … We know from the civil rights movement that there’s a deep stigma to being told, ‘We don’t serve your kind here.’”