Protecting Women's Rights to Fair Competition

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Protecting Women's Rights to Fair Competition

April 21, 2023 - 18:09
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It’s been over 50 years since Congress passed Title IX of the Education Amendments, which was a game changer for female athletes and women’s rights. The passage of Title IX was a promise to women across the nation that they would no longer be denied the right to fair competition in athletics and the classroom.

Before this landmark legislation was signed into law women made up just 9% of college athletes – today that number has risen to almost 45%.

Have you ever wondered why men and women don’t compete against each other in sports?

Both science and women’s rights have come a long way in the past 50 years, but even back then, scientists knew that men and women were built differently from each other. These biological differences give men a competitive edge over their female counterparts – putting women at an unfair disadvantage when facing off against males.

Those are the facts, and we’ve already seen the results.

In the past few years since left-wing progressives began advocating to allow men to compete in women’s sports, over 20 biological men have won national or international competitions or championships in the women’s category.

When men decide that they identify as women, it doesn’t magically erase those biological differences. Studies have shown that years after transitioning these biological men still retain a 12% competitive edge over women.

It’s pretty simple: Biological men have no business competing in women’s sports. And it's inspiring to see so many female athletes standing up for that principle.

Despite all the science and evidence, the Biden administration has decided to move forward with a rule that would gut Title IX and double down on this attack on women and girls.

That’s why this week, House Republicans went to bat for women and girls by passing the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act. This bill would ensure that school athletics comply with the Title IX recognition of a person’s biology and genetic makeup that they were born with.

Unfortunately, House Democrats decided to deny the science and vote against this commonsense measure, backing President Biden’s plans to rig the game against countless female athletes across the nation.

If you haven’t taken my survey on whether you believe it is wrong to allow biological men to compete in women’s sports, you can do so here.

Thanks again for starting off your weekend with us! We hope you enjoy this week’s edition of the Tiffany Telegram.

There is 1 Comment

Women's competition is for women, not for men who want to be women. If they had a trace of decency, they would not be looking to beat up on legitimate women. So sad, that we have people who will side with them. I do see they have some critical issues, but just because the fox likes chicken, we don't and will not side with the fox. It is time to stand up and promote normal biology and stop this distortion of facts.

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