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Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt’s Executive Order Protects Women’s Spaces, Defines Female and Mother

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt’s Executive Order Protects Women’s Spaces, Defines Female and Mother

Thank you, Gov. Stitt.

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt became the first governor to issue an executive order that protects women-only spaces along with defining females and males.

“I am taking decisive executive action to ensure the true definition of the word woman, meaning a biological woman, is what guides the state as we reaffirm our commitment to ensuring the safety, dignity, and sanctity of women across Oklahoma,” said the governor. “As long as I’m governor, we will continue to protect women and ensure women-only spaces are reserved solely for biological women.”

The order defines a female as one with a reproductive system “designed to produce ova.” It defines a male as one with a reproductive system “designed to fertilize the ova of a female.”

The executive order states that woman and girl will only be used to describe a biological female while man and boy will be used for biological males.

A mother is defined as a biological female with a child or children. Father is defined “as a male parent of a child or children.”

Unless there is another law, agencies must “provide governmental services in single-sex environments where biology, privacy, and personal dignity are implicated.”

Therefore, schools must have “dedicated restrooms and locker room facilities for boys and girls, respectively.”

Riley Gaines, a prominent out-spoken critic, stood next to Stitt as he signed the order.

“Biological differences must be respected in the law to ensure female-only spaces have a future,” said Gaines. “It is sad that such basic truths must be spelled out to ensure equal protection, but I applaud Governor Stitt for taking decisive action today. Establishing common language by way of the Women’s Bill of Rights is a way of saying enough is enough: Oklahoman women deserve equal opportunity, privacy, and safety, and this order will help deliver it.”

It is sad that it has to be said. Follow the science, though, you guys.


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You've been asked nice, and now told twice | August 2, 2023 at 5:53 pm

FNA! It’s past due and more states should do it too!

Kudos to Governor Stitt, doing what some SCOTUS judges can’t or won’t do.

Let the leftist hysteria begin.

Next: stop the Democrat War on Children ( based on their unwavering support for abortion, gender affirming “care,” and child sex trafficking))

Suburban Farm Guy | August 2, 2023 at 6:50 pm

‘… the true definition of the word woman…’

Somehow I don’t think the Democrats will take this bit of remedial education in the spirit that he had in mind.

    Especially given that the vile Dumb-o-crats believe that one must be a “biologist,” in order to opine on what constitutes a “woman.”

And hence the problem. We are forced to codify into law the obvious just to fend off the mentally and sociably unstable among us.

Oklahoma is OK.

How dismayingly and demoralizingly low U.S. culture, morals and society have fallen, that this legislation protecting girls and women from obnoxiously misogynistic and pathologically narcissistic male trannies is even necessary in the first place.

    smalltownoklahoman in reply to guyjones. | August 3, 2023 at 3:33 pm

    Executive order, not legislation. It’s good for as long as Stitt remains in office but unless there is actual legislation the next governor could easily undo this. I don’t doubt the court challenges are already being worked on and will be filed shortly. Now if actual legislation gets passed and signed into law that will be a lot harder to undo. It would take another piece of legislation to get passed repealing it or a successful court challenge, both of which could take years to accomplish.

Good on oklahoma, although it’s pathetic that we actually need legislation like that that where we have to Define things that have been common knowledge for centuries

Next thing you know, young females will be taught to respect their bodies and young males will be taught to respect females. This would cause a major mental health crisis in the Democrat Party..

smalltownoklahoman | August 3, 2023 at 3:36 pm

I’m happy Stitt did this but I hope actual legislation gets passed protecting women and men’s personal spaces. Legislation once passed into law can not be undone with just the stroke of a pen, much like Biden undoing Trump’s E.O.s.