'There Are Biological Differences Between Males and Females': Girl Athletes Fight for Fair Playing Field
Added 02-15-20 09:05:07am EST - “For the past several years, female high school athletes and their families across the country have been waking up to a growing reality: boys that identify as girls who want to compete against them.” - Www1.cbn.com
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For the past several years, female high school athletes and their families across the country have been waking up to a growing reality: boys that identify as girls who want to compete against them.
These transgender students are biologically boys, but transgender activists say it's discrimination to restrict them in any way.
But three female track athletes in Connecticut say competing against male athletes is depriving them of fair competition and ultimately, the ability to compete at elite levels.
This week Selina Soule, Alanna Smith, Chelsea Mitchell, and their mothers filed suit in federal court in Hartford, challenging the state policy that allows boys to compete against girls.
"In track-and-field events that do not use equipment, the physiological differences between males and females after puberty are stark in the record books," it said. "Boys and men consistently run faster and jump higher and farther than girls and women."
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