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Female Students at U. Idaho Fighting to Keep Biological Men Out of Women’s Sports

Female Students at U. Idaho Fighting to Keep Biological Men Out of Women’s Sports

“I believe that allowing males to enter women’s sports defeats an entire aspect of sports: It eliminates the connection between an athlete’s effort and her success”

If biological men participate in women’s sports and end up dominating, what is the point of women’s sports?

Campus Reform reports:

Female athletes fight to keep biological men out of their sports

Two female track athletes in Idaho are urging a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit intended to once again allow biological males to compete in women’s sports.

Two Idaho University female track athletes are teaming up with the state of Idaho to dismiss a lawsuit that that would allow transgender women to compete in their sport. Earlier this year, Republican Gov. Brad Little signed into law a statute to ban transgender athletes from participating in the other sex’s sports, but the American Civil Liberties Union and Legal Voice filed a lawsuit in April, arguing that the new state law violates the U.S. Constitution.

The two track athletes, Madison Kenyon and Mary Marshall, are urging a federal judge to dismiss the lawsuit are represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom. Madison Kenyon and Mary Marshall argue that to repeal the law would put them in unfair competition with biological males on their college track team.

“I believe that allowing males to enter women’s sports defeats an entire aspect of sports: It eliminates the connection between an athlete’s effort and her success,” one of the student athletes, Madison Kenyon, told Campus Reform.

But, Gabriel Arkles, senior staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union’s LGBT & HIV Project says that the law “illegally targets women and girls who are transgender and intersex and subjects all female athletes to the possibility of invasive genital and genetic screenings.”

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This reference should be helpful, showing the T&F records for the U of Idaho:

https://govandals.com/sports/2016/7/18/records-and-results.aspx

As an example, the men’s pole vault record is almost exactly four feet higher than the women’s record. If a fourth-rate man, whose pole vault is three feet below the record, just proclaims himself to be a woman this week, he could smash the all-time women’s record by a foot.

If people who “self-identify” as women, but still have male bodies, are allowed to compete against real women, these records show that the real women don’t have a chance. At that point, having separate events and records for men and women becomes meaningless.

I am tired of the sinful immoral queer and transvestites fixations agenda being pushed on people. It is neither natural nor normal. Queer people do not push forth the species, and that is failure in the natural world. We have been forced to accept it as normal. We have it pushed on us every day. If it’s so natural and normal, why is it news? If they want to be queer or a transvestite fixation then fine it’s not my place to judge. I don’t like how I should be forced to accept something I don’t believe in. Then act like something is wrong with me for not accepting it. But when these queers start attacking what I believe and use the power of government and media to shut me down and marginalize what I believe, they cross the line! They then become combatants and will be treated as such. The PC culture be damned!
Great, so LGBT people have the right to use any bathroom they want, but non-LGBT people don’t have the right to privacy or to use a bathroom designated for their gender. Yeah, that is not hypocritical or anything…
There is no provision for “its” in the Constitution! You are who you are at birth. Stop this insane madness and stay with gender specific as identified at birth! There are only two sexes with specific and different chromosomes!

    DSHornet in reply to jrcowboy49. | June 6, 2020 at 10:06 am

    Mostly agree with your points but disagree with the emotional method of presentation.

    You might want to dial the excitement down a notch. Or maybe decaf from now on.
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