Arkansas bans transgender athletes from female sports

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Two states are making definite moves to protect women’s athletics from invasion and subversion by biological males pretending to be female, according to reports by The Daily Wire.

In Arkansas, Gov. Asa Hutchinson on March 25 signed into law a bill banning transgender “women” from participating in women’s sports.

Meanwhile, the North Carolina General Assembly introduced a bill earlier the same week to ban biological males from participating in women’s sports at schools.

GOP lawmakers in at least 20 states have introduced similar bills this year, The Associated Press has reported, even though they are reportedly under pressure by activists and organizations like the NCAA to let phony “women” take over women’s sports. South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem recently caved to that pressure, declining to sign a similar bill and sending it back to the legislature to exempt college sports.

Of the new Arkansas law, meant to preserve the integrity of female sports and protect girls and women from competing against biological males, Hutchinson said: “Today, I have signed into law SB354, called the ‘Fairness in Women’s Sports Act.’ I have studied the law and heard from hundreds of constituents on this issue. I signed the law as a fan of women’s sports from basketball to soccer and including many others in which women compete successfully.

“This law simply says that female athletes should not have to compete in a sport against a student of the male sex when the sport is designed for women’s competition. As I have stated previously, I agree with the intention of this law. This will help promote and maintain fairness in women’s sporting events.”

The North Carolina bill cites the “inherent differences between men and women” for banning biological males from women’s sports.


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