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October 07, 2022

Young Women Fighting Back

The radical trans movement has relentlessly bullied anyone who questions their "gender-bending" ideology. Powerful corporate CEOs have caved to their demands. The mighty U.S. military, under "woke" leaders, has accepted transgender soldiers in uniforms in spite of the impact on morale.

Perhaps we are looking in the wrong places for courage. Young women increasingly understand that trans ideology is out to erase the very concept of being a woman.

Four former Connecticut high school female athletes are suing that state for its policy of allowing biological men to participate in women's sports as "transwomen."

Connecticut's Department of Education has claimed since 2017 that transgender students are protected under Title IX from discrimination based on sex. Thus Title IX, which was intended to ensure that women have equal opportunity in sports, is being used by biological men who claim they are women and unfairly compete. (Biological men have greater muscle mass, stronger heart muscles and other physical advantages even after becoming transwomen.)

The four young biological women correctly state that the policy is unfair and disadvantages female athletes. They are represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) in a case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

Meanwhile, in Vermont, a girls volleyball team at Randolph Union High School also found themselves on the front lines of transgender extremism.

The girls objected to a biological male claiming to be a transwoman from sharing their locker room when they were changing clothes. Because the young women objected to a boy in the locker room they are being investigated by high school officials for harassment of the boy.

In addition, the school reportedly told the girls that if any of them feel uncomfortable, they can change clothes in a single stall bathroom. So, 10 girls on the volleyball team could be forced to go, one by one, into a single stall to change, while a biological male gets to have the girls locker room to himself.

Trans ideology is gaining a foothold in schools all over America. Our children should not be left to fight this battle on their own. To parents, pastors, and local elected officials: Stand up and protect our daughters and granddaughters!

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