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UN Official Says Joe Biden's Transgender Plan Threatens Women

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Education Department introduced proposals that would prevent schools and colleges that receive federal funding from imposing blanket bans on the participation of transgender students on teams matching their gender identity if it contradicts their biological sex at birth.It would be done by extending the protections afforded by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which bans sex based discrimination in education, to transgender students who identify as female.Alsalem told Newsweek that the proposed change would "likely deprive female student-athletes of equal sporting opportunities, public recognition and well-deserved scholarship opportunities."My concerns also extend off the field.

Compelling women and girls to share their intimate spaces with males, including bathrooms and changing rooms, can violate their privacy and leave them open to greater risk of sexual harassment and physical attack."Keeping women's sports female is a human rights imperative of our time.

Numerous studies have documented that males maintain performance advantages in sports across their lifespan, and that while these advantages can be mitigated, they cannot be suppressed."Concern was also raised to Newsweek by Selina Soule, one of a group of female athletes who are being represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom, a Christian group, in legal action against the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference after they were required to compete against transgender athletes."Throughout all four years of my high school career I was forced to compete against males, so I know firsthand how demoralizing it is to work so hard to shave fractions of a second off my time, only to inevitably lose to a male runner," Soule said. "When we are forced to compete against males, female athletes like me lose out on not only medals and advancement opportunities but potential scholarship opportunities, too."I applaud the UN special rapporteur for standing up for women in sport, and protecting our.

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