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Riley Gaines Wants Judge to Take Away Transgender Athletes' Trophies

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Gaines for Girls podcast, wrote on X, formerly Twitter. "The NCAA continues to explicitly violate the federal civil rights law of Title IX.

About time someone did something about it."According to Fox News Digital, a portion of the lawsuit demands that the NCAA be required by a judge to have any "awards, records, points, prizes, titles, trophies, announcements or other recognition" given to "any male who competed in women's events or on a women's team" be rendered "invalid.""The NCAA has simultaneously imposed a radical anti-woman agenda on college sports, reinterpreting Title IX to define women as a testosterone level, permitting men to compete on women's teams," the lawsuit, obtained by Fox News Digital, says.Gaines, a former collegiate swimmer for the University of Kentucky, has been outspoken in her opposition to transgender policies in sports.

Gaines has been critical of Lia Thomas, a transgender collegiate swimmer, as the two faced off in several competitions.As Gaines noted in her social media post, she alleges that the NCAA has violated Title IX, which says: "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance," according to the NCAA.According to Fox News Digital, the lawsuit alleges that the NCAA "has aligned with the most radical elements of the so-called diversity, equity, and inclusion agenda on college campuses."The defendants in the suit, along with the NCAA, include Georgia Tech University, the University System of Georgia, the University of Georgia, the University of North Georgia and regents board members at the University of Georgia, Fox News Digital reported.Newsweek reached out to the NCAA via email and its website for comment.The NCAA previously faced criticism from some after Thomas became the first transgender athlete to win a women's national championship in.

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