Republicans Even the Score on Girls' Sports

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    …Unfortunately for NBC, this just proves what a desperate argument the fringe is making. They can't let the science speak for itself -- and now, they can't let the photographs either.

    But all the photoshopping in the world can't overcome the fact that this woke fanaticism is destroying our daughters' safety, their privacy, their opportunities. For every Lia Thomas, there's a girl losing the chance to chase her dreams. For every Iszac Henig, there are dozens more swimmers, standing around the locker room, anxious to change. So when Utah Governor Spencer Cox (R) says he vetoed a bill that would have protected women because of"kindness, mercy, and compassion," you have to wonder -- for who?

    Fortunately for the women of Utah, there are leaders in the legislature who refused to wait even 96 hours to right the governor's wrong. In a very public rebuke of Cox, the Republican-led House and Senate took matters into their own hands, overriding the veto and banning biological boys from girls' sports by overwhelming margins: 56-18 and 21-7. The bill's sponsor, state Rep. Kera Birkeland (R), admitted that the process had been difficult, but as a former coach, she refused to back down. "When we say, 'This isn't a problem in our state,' what we say to those girls is, 'Sit down, be quiet, and make nice,'" she said. "The biggest mistake would have been to just wait until someone litigates on this issue and then us saying, 'Gosh I wish we would have gotten in front of it and handled it the way we wanted to.'"

    Beth Stelzer, who was at the NCAA championship earlier this month when Lia Thomas knocked women off the podium, is at least grateful that America's eyes are finally opened to the injustice of it all. "It was soul-crushing to actually see [the meet] in person. It was just devastating," she shared on "Washington Watch." "And you could just tell the energy went down in the room." When Stelzer walked into the hallway to collect herself, "maybe get some fresh air," that's when she ran into the mom of one of the other swimmers. "And she was just sobbing, and we embraced -- and that's what it's like. People are so afraid, and it's such an emotional thing -- and it shouldn't have to be that way."

    More states have come to that same conclusion, racing to stop the wave of transgender turmoil from destroying their playing fields….








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    t is sad that it’s come to this for the Girls and women among us. It is not fair to them at all. I’m glad many states are taking steps to protect them on their sports, their bathrooms, and their health. This article appeared in many places so I figured I’d present it from the most anti work source of them all.
     
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    Well done red states in protecting our women and children from this evil scourge the woke secular left is trying to impose upon us.
     
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    Another question is should Caitlyn Jenner be allowed to compete in the Olympics as a woman? I bet he/she could still win a medal even at his/her age.
     
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    He doesn’t think that he should. He is totally opposed to trans men such as himself called meeting as women in women’s sports.
     

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