The ACLU is taking North Carolina to federal court, trying to undo what the state did to the city of Charlotte.

FOX's Eben Brown explains:

It's also LGBT rights group Equality North Carolina, looking to defend a Charlotte city ordinance aimed at protecting transgenered rights. They're suing on behalf of Joaquin Caranyo, among other LGBT North Carolinians, for who that Charlotte ordinance would have let him use a public men's room:

(Caranyo) "Yes, I am a transgender man, but I am a man. That is not something that can be stripped away by a bill such as this."

Caranyo is listed as the plaintiff in the federal lawsuit. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory is the listed defendant.

Eben Brown, FOX News.