Boys who identify as girls must be allowed to compete in the girls’ athletic competitions, men who identify as women must be allowed in women-only spaces, healthcare plans must pay for gender-transition procedures, and doctors and hospitals must perform them. Sounds unifying, right?
Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced a resolution calling for the elimination of gendered terms for the 117th Congress Friday, but the California Democrat still has the terms “mother” and “grandmother” in her Twitter bio.
The HRC essentially is calling for faith-based education — from K-12 schools to colleges and universities — to adopt the campaign’s positions on gender identity, same-sex marriage, transgender transitioning, and more, or fail to be accredited.
A student at Saint Anselm College received a failing grade on an assignment about the biblical account of Creation because he repeated the Book of Genesis’ “gendered language.”
A federal court decided last week that schools can’t ban students from using the restroom that matches their desired gender identity, in what BuzzFeed News called “a significant legal win for transgender rights.”
Bills restricting transgender students’ involvement in school-sponsored athletics are up for consideration in 14 states, but schools might be forced to allow biological males who identify as transgender girls to compete in girls’ sports if Joe Biden is elected president.
Twenty-eight congressional Democrats signed a letter Wednesday condemning the Department of Education for ruling that public schools that allow biological males who identify as transgender to play girls’ sports are violating Title IX civil rights legislation.
Justice Brett Kavanaugh said in his dissenting opinion that “in the face of the unsuccessful legislative efforts (so far) to prohibit sexual orientation discrimination, judges may not rewrite the law simply because of their own policy views.”
The acclaimed fiction writer spoke out in a Wednesday blog post where she laid out her reasoning on why she continued to defend biological sex, as well as her anxieties over the number of young women who are seeking to transition to men.
A federal judge in a high-profile Title IX case has ordered lawyers representing three girls track stars to refer to two biological males who outraced them as “transgender females.”
Idaho Gov. Brad Little has given women athletes renewed hope. Faced with a politically correct culture that is denying women the right to a fair playing field in sports, the Republican governor signed into law new protections for them.