Say Goodbye To Title IX Sports For Women And Girls

Sorry, ladies, but there are men and boys who crave validation

The American Civil Liberties Union is celebrating the annihilation of Title IX protection for female athletes today after a federal judge stayed an Idaho law and indicated he will probably overturn it.

In a tweet about the decision, the ACLU continued its relentless campaign to gaslight this issue by describing such laws as “bans on transgender athletes” altogether.

Put simply, Title IX allows anyone to compete against their own biological sex, and that is what the ACLU wants to change.

The false framing was repeated by the Idaho Statesman in the headline of their article about U.S. District Judge David Nye’s decision.

Nye found that “because the plaintiffs are likely to win in court as part of a lawsuit filed by the ACLU challenging the constitutionality of the law, a preliminary injunction is warranted,” the Statesman reports.

Reporter Jim Keyser gleefully declares that “transgender athletes wanting to participate in sports that match their gender identity will be able to this fall at both the college and secondary school level.”

Translated from wokepseak, this means mediocre male athletes will now be free to declare themselves female and become champions at the collegiate and high school levels.

This sophistry is a fine example of gaslighting DARVO (deny, attack, reverse victim and offender) tactics commonly seen in abuse dynamics. They are now being used to punish female athletes.

Keyser continues:

Nye said the law’s ban on transgender athletes “stands in stark contrast to the policies of elite athletic bodies that regulate sports both nationally and globally.” Nye also noted that the law “establishes a ‘dispute’ process that allows a currently undefined class of individuals to challenge a student’s sex.”

This is where the true genius of the gender lobby’s strategic dishonesty becomes clear.

First, they captured the “policies of elite athletic bodies” without any public debate at all, or even a simple regard for the reality of human biology.

Now, that quiet takeover is being used as an excuse to circumvent the clear language of federal law establishing sex-based sporting categories.

Second, Idaho’s “dispute process” consists of a cheek swab to detect the presence of a Y chromosome. This is not “invasive” by any stretch of the imagination, yet it stands in sharp contrast to the nonexistent dispute process for any male athlete declaring themselves to be female.

That’s right: a male athlete faces exactly zero scrutiny, zero testing of any kind, and zero gatekeeping when they declare themselves transgender.

No independent mode of confirmation exists. The “identity” is entirely self-reported.

According to the ACLU, and apparently Judge Nye, the state of Idaho is simply supposed to take them at their word and allow them to compete against female athletes with all the benefits of a Y chromosome and male puberty — the single biggest athletic advantage a human body can have.

“Transgender inclusion” (the fancy term for letting men cheat at sports) has already cheated female athletes in Idaho.

If Judge Nye decides to greenlight this, and his decision stands, than all female sports in America will become coed sports, and male bodies will dominate them. It will be just like things were in 1972, before Title IX passed, but now it will be waving a rainbow flag.

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[…] of federal law establishing sex-based sporting categories. The American Civil Liberties Union is working hard to overturn the law so that males can cheat at sports. As sixty-six percent of likely voters in […]

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