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Georgia High School Association adopts transgender sports ban



by Dave Williams | May 5, 2022 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – The Georgia High School Association’s executive committee has voted unanimously to require transgender students to participate in school sports based on the gender identities on their birth certificates...

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    • Don’t most of the youth programs end by eighth grade? It seems to me there’s still a –mostly– level playing field up through that grade that doesn’t necessitate the sort of sex based bifurcation of sports that HS and up sports require.

  1. Where are all the feminists that championed for women’s sports? I have no problem with whatever you want to identify as but you are trampling on others rights when that gives you an advantage in sports. This is just pure nonsense now. Stop already..

  2. “At no point during the General Assembly’s debate of bills that would have had a similarly devastating impact were supporters of this change able to present a single example of how allowing transgender students to participate in athletics harmed other students in Georgia,”

    Then we should expect no one to be harmed by this change either… You can’t have it both ways.

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