A Vermont Christian school barred from state tournaments and a tuition program has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the state. Mid Vermont Christian School of Quechee withdrew its girls’ basketball team from a playoff game last February because a boy […]
The following is from Gallup News. STORY HIGHLIGHTS WASHINGTON, D.C. — A larger majority of Americans now (69%) than in 2021 (62%) say transgender athletes should only be allowed to compete on sports teams that conform with their birth gender.
Lia Thomas, a male swimmer who has ignited international controversy and debate, now aspires to compete in the Olympics on the women’s team. Thomas made that declaration in a television interview on ABC. Thomas insists he does not have an
(READ) Gov. DeSantis declares Florida native Emma Weyant winner of women’s 500-yard freestyle over Lia Thomas
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Florida) has issued an official proclamation recognizing Emma Weyant, a Florida native and Virginia swimmer, winner of the 500-yard freestyle at the recent NCAA Championships in place of University of Pennsylvania male swimmer Lia Thomas, who is swimming on the
“A strong no!” is how 98% of those polled, answered the question, “Should Lia Thomas, a man, be allowed to compete in women’s competitions?” That’s according to the latest unscientific poll of 2,802 people at SharylAttkisson.com. Less than one percent
Ninety-six percent (96%) of people say male athletes should not be allowed to compete against females or should have a separate competition category. That’s according to the latest unscientific poll of 1,080 people at SharylAttkisson.com. Fewer than 1% said male