Caitlyn Jenner refuses to allow trangnero to participate in school girls’ competitions
Mexico City (APRO). Caitlyn Jenner, who won a Decathlon gold medal in 1976 as Bruce Jenner, was transgender and Republican candidate for governor of California, in Montreal, described it as unfair for girls to participate in school-wise women’s sports.
It’s a matter of justice, the Olympic medalist declared herself transgender in 2015 to a TMZ reporter.
This is why I am opposed to bio boys who compete in girls’ sports in school. this is not fair. On Saturday, May 1, he commented in a bank interview in Malib, “We must protect sports for girls in our schools.”
This year, five states have implemented laws or issued executive orders to limit the ability of transgender people to play sports or receive medical treatment.
Jenner supported Republican President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, but later criticized his administration for being discriminatory toward transgender people.
However, it has failed to convince the community to be a major activist for the cause.
Cho opinion not NCAA?
The National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), which regulates college athletics in the United States, has warned that championship events should be held in venues not without discrimination.
The NCAA Board of Governors strongly and unequivocally support the opportunity for transgender students to participate in college sports. Inclusion and equity can coexist for all student athletes, including transgender people, at all levels of the sport.
The board will monitor attitudes regarding the participation of transgender athletes as the environment can affect the venues of league matches.
When deciding on a tournament venue, it is NCAA policy that only venues should be chosen where the hosts can commit to providing a safe, healthy, and nondiscriminatory environment.
We will continue to closely monitor these situations to determine whether the NCAA tournaments can be conducted in a way that welcomes and respects all participants, he said in a statement.
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