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Growing Wave of Conservative Bills Frustrate Biden Plan to Allow Males to Compete in Women's Sports

Champion surfer Bethany Hamilton is speaking out against the World Surf League's newly announced policy that would allow biological males to compete against women in professional surfing events (1).

Hamilton’s comments spotlight the growing controversy arising from a Department of Education proposal, issued last June, to redefine the meaning of “sex” in the Title IX law to include “gender identity” (2). Such a change would impose a competitive disadvantage on biological females (3).

In response, a milestone court decision was handed down, and a series of proposed bills have been introduced at the federal and state levels that are designed to protect women’s sports.

On January 5, 2023, the Southern District Court of West Virginia ruled in favor of the Save Women's Sports Bill, which defines "girl" and "woman" as biologically female for the purpose of secondary school sports (4).

In Congress, Rep. Greg Steube recently introduced the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act. The bill, which now has 20 co-sponsors, would require that sex “be recognized based solely on a person's reproductive biology and genetics at birth” (5).

In 12 states, lawmakers recently have introduced bills designed to protect women’s sports:

Alaska: HB 27 (6)

Colorado: HB 23-1098 (7)

Connecticut: SB 468 (8)

Hawaii: HB 508/SB 1429 (9)

Kansas: HB 2238 (10)

Maryland: HB 359 (11)

Minnesota: HF 551 (12)

Missouri: SB 48 (13)

New Jersey: SB 589 (14)

North Dakota: HB 1249 (15) and HB 1489 (16)

Texas: HB 23 (17)

Virginia: HB 1387 (18)

Eighteen states previously enacted laws designed to ban biological males from competing in female sports: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Iowa, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia (19).

A SAVE opinion poll found that 71% of Americans oppose allowing transgender athletes to participate in women’s sports (20). SAVE urges lawmakers to discourage attempts the redefine “sex” and work to assure fairness in women’s sports (21).


  • Transgender agenda

  • LGBTQ agenda

  • women's sports

  • biological males

  • Title IX

  • Bethany Hamilton

  • Department of Education

  • Save Women's Sports Bill

  • biologically female

  • Rep. Greg Steube

  • Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act

  • State bills

  • SAVE opinion poll

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Let's see if the normally-ineffective GOP will have the gumption to keep up the good fight. Based on past performance and the way they basically put Biden in the White House, I don't have high hopes.


Feb 15, 2023

If there are 56 genders (or however many Democrats say this week), why are there only two categories of sport?

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Because to have more sports categories in relation to genders is to give in to the falseness of the movement. There are only two sexes and in sports they needs to stay in their own lanes.


Mike M
Mike M
Feb 15, 2023

Simple solution. If you have a Y chromosome then you can only compete against others who also have a Y chromosome. If you don't have a Y chromosome then you can only compete against others who also don't have a Y chromosome. How you live and how you feel and what you identify as are totally irrelevant. That ought to be simple enough for even a liberal to understand.

Mike M
Mike M
Feb 15, 2023
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Oh they understand what they're doing. Their problem is that they think that what they want is perfectly normal when in fact it's a Satanic perversion from Hell.

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