High School Girls File Federal Discrimination Complaint After Transgender Sprinters Win 1st and 2nd Place at Connecticut Girls Indoor Championships
It’s about time!
Three high school girls in Connecticut who run on the track team have filed a federal discrimination complaint against the statewide policy on transgender athletes.
In February, Connecticut transgender sprinters won 1st and 2nd place at the state indoor track championships.
In other words, biological males competed against girls and won because they have higher bone density, larger muscles and higher testosterone levels than their biological female opponents.
Connecticut is one of 17 states that allows transgender athletes to compete without any type of restrictions – it’s open season and high school girls are the ones suffering because of this insanity.
And now the girls are fighting back arguing the transgender policy on athletes possibly cost them college scholarships.
The Washington Times reported:
The conservative Christian law firm Alliance Defending Freedom filed the complaint on behalf of the girls Monday with the U.S. Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights. It seeks an investigation and actions to make competitions fair.
The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference governs high school sports in the state. It says its policy follows a state anti-discrimination law requiring students to be treated in school according to the gender with which they identify.
Unless something is done to prevent biological males who identify as ‘transgender’ from competing against girls, it will be the end of women’s sports as we know it.
Biological males who claim they identify as female are crushing female athletes and setting records in races all over the country.
Last month, a biological male who identifies as a woman won the NCAA women’s track championship and beat the second place runner (female) by over a full second.
Where are the feminists? Feminists should be screaming a the top of their lungs about males taking opportunities away from these young girls.