Female athletes file a federal lawsuit against transgender athletes to exclude them from the competition
The war between women and those who think that he is a woman has started. Feminists and advocates for the rights of sexual minorities do not know which side to choose in this confrontation. Women athletes cannot simply watch how men take up their sport, making women uncompetitive and therefore filed a lawsuit against transgender people to prevent them from competing in women's competitions.
Reportedly, three athletes from Connecticut High School filed a class action lawsuit. In a statement, they also pointed out that biological men actually ousted women from their own competitions and thereby deprived talented athletes of the opportunity to receive a scholarship.
“Girls deserve to compete on a level playing field. Forcing them to compete against boys isn’t fair, shatters their dreams, and destroys their athletic opportunities,” said ADF Legal Counsel Christiana Holcomb, representing Selina Soule, Alanna Smith and Chelsea Mitchell.
According to the lawsuit, lawyers cite the fact that in an attempt to eradicate discrimination against a single segment of the population, they thereby discriminate against all women.
“Having separate boys’ and girls’ sports has always been based on biological differences, not what people believe about their gender, because those differences matter for fair competition. And forcing girls to be spectators in their own sports is completely at odds with Title IX, a federal law designed to create equal opportunities for women in education and athletics. Connecticut’s policy violates that law and reverses nearly 50 years of advances for women,” ADF reports.
It has already been repeatedly said that no hormone therapy can erase everything masculine in transgender athletes. All indirect signs of advantage are nullified by attempts to turn men into women.
So, according to a recent study by the Karolinska Institute and Linkoping University in Sweden, athletes who make the transition will retain their physical performance, but at the same time gain access to weaker opponents, competing with which they take all the titles for themselves.
The main motive for filing a lawsuit was that over a two-year period, several transgender athletes won 15 women's competitions.
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