Texas Lawmakers File Bill to Ban Biological Males from Competing in Women’s Sports

Jae S. Lee/The Dallas Morning News via AP

 

by Penny Starr

Lawmakers in Texas have introduced legislation to protect females from having to compete in sports against biological men.

The bill would preserve “single-sex” sports that reserve women sports for biological women.

The Texas Tribune reported on the development: Read the rest at breitbart.com.

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1 Response to Texas Lawmakers File Bill to Ban Biological Males from Competing in Women’s Sports

  1. The Flash says:

    I’m all for all manner of equality, but this legislation makes perfect sense due to practical issues. I was on the tennis team at UF for one year, so I played at a fairly advanced level. I played many women on the same level, including one who had actually beaten Chris Evert early in her career. In the early 80s, I had the opportunity to play with Renee Richards in a doubles match. For those who don’t know, Renee was one of the first transgender (post-op) athletes. Because of her original masculine structure and muscle mass, she was significantly more powerful than any woman I had ever played against. Given equal skill levels, this would be an unfair advantage when playing against biological women, You can argue “gender equality” all you want, but it won’t change certain biological facts.

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